Amanda Bynes: I Have an Eating Disorder

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Amanda Bynes admitted on Twitter that she has an eating disorder.

The star, who turned 27 this past Wednesday, did not elaborate.

Amanda Bynes Instagram Photo

"I have an eating disorder so I have a hard time staying thin," the increasingly erratic star wrote late Thursday, not saying which kind, or if she's getting help.

This was one of a series of Tweets Bynes wrote about ... Bynes' Tweets and self-portraits, and celebrity gossip blogs who subsequently report on them.

Check out the entire one-sided conversation:

Amanda Tweets

It's been a crazy year for her, to say the least.

Bynes' license was suspended last September after she was arrested for DUI, along with 2-3 hit-and-runs in the L.A. area over several months.

She's since relocated to NYC, where she's been evicted from an apartment, gotten her face pierced, and Tweeted about Drake murdering her vagina.

What's up next? Nobody knows ... but we'll be glued to her Twitter and probably posting Amanda Bynes photos she does not approve of. Good times.

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This chick is 5 kinds of crazy...


She looks like she's on meth! What happened to her???


and how is shitting these day's?


Does she not have any family or close friends that could intervene and get her into a hospital? Because that is clearly what she needs, some intense therapy to find out why she i s behaving this way. This constant exploitation about her illness is wrong.