Looks like Amanda Bynes is NOT done telling it how she sees it on Twitter!
And this time, she's making some pretty SERIOUS allegations against the officers involved in her Thursday night arrest for drug possession, reckless endangerment, and tampering with evidence!
The troubled starlet took to her social networking page this afternoon to continue denying her legal drama this week, which involved her allegedly smoking pot in her apartment building's lobby and then throwing her bong out the window when police began searching her place, and now, she's asserted that one of the officers at the scene sexually harassed her by "slapping" her VAGINA!
Don't believe the reports about me being arrested. It's all lies. I was sexually harassed by one of the cops the night before last which is who then arrested me. He lied and said I threw a bong out the window when I opened the window for fresh air. Hilarious. He slapped my vagina. Sexual harassment. Big deal. I then called the cops on him. He handcuffed me, which I resisted, quite unlike any of the reports stated. Then I was sent to a mental hospital. Offensive. I kept asking for my lawyer but they wouldn't let me. The cops were creepy. The cop sexually harassed me, they found no pot on me or bong outside my window. That's why the judge let me go. Don't believe any reports.
WELL, to her credit here, there doesn't seem to be any indication the police ever recovered the bong that she allegedly threw out her window on the street below!
And we had heard that she did, in fact, call 911 herself over fear that the cops were going to assault her!
However, the NYPD was spotted at the scene of the crime yesterday afternoon, taking statements from witnesses like the doorman and two other employees, as well as residents on her floor, so we have a feeling that this whole debacle is going to get a whole lot messier before it resolves itself!
What do U think?? Is Amanda telling the truth??
[Image via Splash News.]
Tags: amanda bynes, arrest, bong, denial, drugs, new york city police department, sexual harassments, twitter