'It's almost perfect': Amanda Bynes 'gets a nose job and plans another procedure in three weeks'
Mike Larkin and Heidi Smart
01:12 GMT, 3 June 2013
06:37 GMT, 3 June 2013
Following incessant Twitter rants
about her desire to get a nose job, Amanda Bynes apparently went through
with it... and is looking forward to yet another one in 'three weeks'.
Amanda, 27, told TMZ on
that she went through with the procedure the previous day, adding: 'I
have no bandage on. It's healing on it's own like my
one more in 3 weeks, they are short amazing surgeries done while I'm
awake but under general anesthesia. It's almost perfect.'
Image obsessed: This is what Amanda Bynes' nose looked like in May, in a photo she uploaded of herself on Twitter
When asked when she would stop
hiding from photographers, the troubled ex-star's response was once her
nose 'doesn't look so awful in photos'.
also took to Twitter to say: 'My dad is as ugly as RuPaul! So thankful I
look nothing like you both! I had nose surgery after my mug shots so my
nose and I are gorgeous!'
drag queen was not too amused, and fired back with, 'Derogatory slurs
are ALWAYS an outward projection of a person's own poisonous
Before and after: Amanda also recently posted
this photo of herself from her earlier days, prior to any alleged nose
surgery and media trouble
Meanwhile, Amanda has been
swearing black and blue that she does not do drugs, but she was
nonetheless approached to be the face of a portable vaporizer, according
the product is marketed as 'the best way to vape oils, concentrates and
aromatherapy regiments', word is it's often used for pot.
CEO of Grenco Science, Chris Folkerts, asked Amanda this week to be a
celebrity spokesperson for their line of G-Pen vaporizers.
Folkerts apparently said in his letter to Amanda: 'We think you'd be a
great spokesperson ... we know you will love our vaporizers so much you
will never use a water pipe or bowl ever again'
Amanda's downward spiral continues, 10 days after her drug arrest it
has also emerged that Amanda was evicted from her New York City
apartment on Tuesday, where police say they saw her throw a marijuana
bong outside her 36th-floor window, according to InTouch.
No model tenant: Meanwhile, Amanda is said to have
been evicted from the New York apartment where she was arrested for
criminal possession of marijuana, reckless endangerment and tampering with physical evidence
A source told the magazine: 'At 9 p.m. on Tuesday, movers showed up and removed Amanda’s belongings from her apartment.
'Even before her arrest, residents had constant complaints about the smell of marijuana coming from her apartment.
'She had also cursed out residents and the doormen, and the smell of pot from her apartment was really annoying people.'
to the insider, she 'was notified that she is no longer welcome as a
tenant in the building in light of recent events.'
report follows little over a week after Amanda's May 23 arrest
following complaints from neighbours about her alleged drug use.
The star was booked for criminal possession of marijuana, reckless endangerment and felony tampering with physical evidence.
Tall tale: She is facing jail after allegedly throwing a bong from her former flat on the 36th floor
Amanda has denied any wrongdoing and initially vowed to sue police for sexual harassment.
former actress claimed an NYPD police officer had sexually harassed her
in a rambling tweet, that he had 'slapped her vagina.'
Police have dismissed Amanda's claims that she was 'touched inappropriately' during her arrest on drug charges last week.
'Internal Affairs investigators have found no evidence to corroborate Ms. Bynes' allegations,' the NYPD said in a statement.
the contrary, a credible civilian witness who was with the officers
throughout told investigators that none touched Ms. Bynes
inappropriately or otherwise engaged in misconduct at any time.'
behaviour has become increasingly erratic since she left California to
pursue a fashion career, posting pictures of herself to Twitter,
attacking celebrities in a variety of posts, claiming she needs another
nose job and wearing a number of different colored wigs.
Troubled: The former child star wearing her trademark wig after being arrested on May 23
Her attorney, Richard A Hutton, last
week said the former actress seemed 'fine' in every interaction he has
ever had with her, even in recent phone conversations since her arrest.
Hutton, who is representing the
27-year-old teen star for a string of motor vehicle incidents since
April 2012 of last year, told People magazine he believes the whole case
has been 'blown out of proportion.'
Hutton went on to explain: 'The New York case doesn't seem like much of a case, really. I mean, come on.
'Even if you believe everything you hear, it's something that amounts to virtually nothing.
'And it's my understanding there's not much evidence to back that case up.
'There's no physical evidence to back it up. I understand there's no marijuana, no pipe.'
And of his client he said: 'I think Amanda's fine. I have no problems with her whatsoever.
'She's a fine client. Every time I've talked to her, I've had nice, attorney-client normal relations with her.'
Hutton is not Bynes's attorney in the
state of New York and is only representing her for a number of
different charges she has accumulated since last year.
The next hearing for her DUI case is set for July 18.