Poor Taylor Swift, those hackers gonna hack, hack hack...
Well, not viciously, but still! Total violation of privacy!
Which is totally strange to anyone who follows her account already!
The tweets said:
Amanda Bynes couldn't make her WeHo court appearance today, because her lawyer says she is too unfit mentally to "understand the nature of the legal proceedings" surrounding her DUI case.
With concern, the judge has transferred the case to a mental health court, where another judge will determine Amanda's mental competency.
As you know, Manda is currently under treatment while doctors continue their best to guide her through whatever ailment hinders her mental well-being.
We hope for the best, and for her thorough recovery.
[Image via WENN.]
Then again, we are talking about Amanda Bynes.
So maybe you will!
We've just discovered the insane price for sane stability — $3,500 a day!!! « —- whoaaaaaaaaa.
That crazy price covers treatment and living expenses… and hopefully a lifetime supply of wigs as the judge said it was A-OK to keep her locked up for a full year if doctors deem necessary!
Questions about the post ran wild as people wondered if she was given internet access at UCLA Medical Center or had actually left the center or if maybe, just maybe, it wasn't even Amanda posting it.
And now, her lawyer, Tamar Arminak, has put an end to those questions. She explained:
Thanks to the judge's latest ruling, Amanda Bynes' doctors now have the authority to keep the struggling starlet locked away in a mental health facility for up to a whole year!
A WHOLE YEAR!!!
We gotta give it to her.
She may very well be one of the most determined troubled starlets out there.
As you know, MandaPanda wants to be something like the next Lil' Kim and will clearly stop at nothing to ensure her success.
Chinga Chang Records' Daniel Herman has been speaking with the wiggy woman and he's even upped his advance offer on her deal from $200,000 to $250,000 to help with her legal and medical bills.
Danny Boy says:
We're so glad Amanda Bynes is getting the help she needs. And it sounds like it couldn't have come soon enough!
Amanda was recently moved to UCLA's psychiatric unit, where doctors are doing everything they can to regulate her schizophrenia symptoms.
But it isn't easy. An inside source says Amanda has a long way yet to go. The source says: