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Amanda Bynes’ life just keep getting crazier.

The actress was recently escorted from a gymnastics class in NYC because staffers were afraid she may harm herself or others, The N.Y. Post reports.

Sometimes, truth is stranger than fiction.

Amanda Bynes Has a Doll Face

The 27-year-old stunned athletes at the Adult Gymnastics class at Chelsea Piers when she “showed up in fishnets and a leotard that looked like lingerie.”

Onlookers said that Bynes was “muttering to herself” and then “burst into tears when she attempted a cartwheel and her dark-colored wig fell off.”

“She immediately started acting strangely,” a source said.


“She lined up with the other gymnasts, and each took their turn to perform a roll. But Amanda just walked out on the mat, was spinning around in circles and mumbling to herself.”

That’s not all. Later, when the other gymnasts were performing cartwheels, Amanda Bynes “did a cartwheel, but her wig fell off, and she sat down and cried.”

After a number of other incidents where she was heard mumbling to herself or walking in front of others while performing exercises, she was asked to leave.

The source said, “She went two weeks in a row, but the second time, she was escorted out. Staff were worried she might be a hazard to other people in the class.”

In the past month, the troubled star has posted pictures of herself in everything from blonde wigs to blue lipstick, and made a barrage of perplexing comments via Twitter.

Namely, “I want Drake to murder my vagina” and “it doesn’t matter what you think about yourself. All that matters is what your lover thinks of you.”

Last year, Bynes was booted from a spinning class after wandering around the room taking off her top and applying makeup in the middle of the class.

She has bristled at Lindsay Lohan comparisons and has repeatedly denied being plagued by personal problems, insisting that she is “doing amazing.”

Somehow we’re not sure she knows what that word actually means. She did, however, recently admit to having an eating disorder, so that’s something.