Amanda Bynes Sports Wig, Tank Top & Sneakers At Court Appearance
Amanda Bynes is wigging out in court!
The 27-year-old former actress appeared in court in New York City on Tuesday morning, where she opted for a casual look while appearing before a judge over her May reckless endangerment and tampering with evidence charges.
Amanda wore a long, aqua-colored wig, a black tank top, black sweat pants, black sneakers and large sunglasses.
She was seen smiling at photographers and journalists while entering the courthouse.
Following her May arrest, where authorities alleged that she threw a bong out of her 36th floor Manhattan apartment, the headline-maker took to Twitter, where she said her case would be dismissed.
“My lawyer is getting my case dropped! There was no proof of sexual harassment or drugs. Instead of me asking for the cop to be arrested for sexual harassment, I want my case dropped as well,” the retired actress wrote at the time. “His punishment will be being the cop who sexually harassed someone who would never find him handsome enough to be my boyfriend. That’s worse than any time in jail. But I am suing him for money compensation. I love having more money in my bank!”
During her May court appearance Bynes’ lawyer told the judge, “My client completely denies illegally throwing anything out of her window.”
Bynes also Tweeted back in May, “I only smoke tobacco I don’t drink or do drugs. I’ve never had a bong in my life!”
Prior to appearing in court on Tuesday, Amanda was busy on Twitter giving updates on her recent plastic surgery procedure.
“My Broken Nose Is Making The Bone Under My Eyes Protrude So I Won’t Stop Getting Surgery Until That Bone Is Shaved Off… My Surgeon Broke My Nose During My Surgery But Hasn’t Finished My Nose! It’s Still Broken And I Can’t Breathe!… I Hate Taking Pictures With A Broken Nose,” she wrote in a series of Tweets on Monday.
She also noted in two Tweets, “What I Put On Twitter Is Not Wrong… I ignore you if I want nothing from you.”
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