Amanda Bynes is back on Twitter, which is a good thing for bored office workers, but a bad thing for the many who are concerned for the actress' mental health and general well-being.
While she's not doing anything as severe as falsely accusing her father of sexual assault, her recent tweets are troubling, nonetheless.
Today, for example, Amanda attempted to retract her claim that she's engaged to Caleb Pusey in a fashion that she suggests that she's unaware of statements she made to the press just a few weeks ago.
"When I said I was engaged it wasn't to Caleb Pusey," Amanda tweeted this morning. "I don't look myself up online and I just did and I saw a bunch of articles saying that."
"He isn't who I was engaged to - he's not my friend. He's not a good person and I don't call him a friend so i don't know why he thought I was talking about him."
The thing is, the press didn't just pick a random person out of Amanda's past when she claimed to be engaged.
Bynes told In Touch magazine that she was planning to marry a man named Caleb, who is a 19-year-old bait shop employee from Costa Mesa, California.
Needless to say, that narrowed things down pretty well, so it wasn't hard to figure out that Bynes was referring to Pusey, with whom she attended rehab last year.
Bynes has not offered any details on whom she believes she was engaged to.