Amanda Bynes Goes on Selfie Twitter Photo Marathon

For someone who keeps saying they want privacy, Amanda Bynes sure likes to put it all out there.

Over the course of 24 hours on Tuesday, the seemingly troubled former child star posted nine "selfie" photos on Twitter … and all but one were partially obstructed by the reflection of the flash in the mirror. (Photographic note to Amanda: how about selecting that user-facing camera option on your iPhone?)

There wasn't much variation in the photos, either. Bynes was in the same outfit for all nine shots, except for seven of them when she put a blue blouse on over her floral bustier, which she paired with a maroon-and-gold velvet skirt. But she had to take the button-down off eventually. Why? "Uh oh! Stained my shirt while getting ready...grrrrrrrrrr!" she captioned on one upload, which is a montage of three pics showing the tiniest mark on her top.

The new "selfies" show a lot more of Bynes than she has previously given her 425,000 followers. Instead of just showing random body parts, like her face (and new cheek piercings), cleavage, and legs, now we can see more of the 26-year-old … namely two really big tattoos on her arms. On her left forearm is the outline of wings, while on her right arm is a grouping of a few things: a diamond, a heart, and what she claims is the saying "We all have the same 24 hours in the day."

Also on Tuesday, photos emerged of Bynes wearing the same mismatched outfit wandering around Times Square in New York City. According to the agency, she went into a McDonalds and walked to the counter at least seven times as she sipped on a soda. But once she realized she was being photographed, Bynes – whose feet were half out of her white sneakers – put the same blue blouse over her head as she walked through the crowd of people in the tourist trap.

Once again, she took to Twitter to explain everything … kind of. "My selfies we're taken after those paparazzi photos," she wrote. "I was walking to a photo shoot for my clothing line & perfume line that's in the works!"

When Bynes first moved from Los Angeles to NYC last September, she told People magazine at the time, "I am retired as an actor. I am moving to New York to launch my career. I am going to do a fashion line."

Based on her appearance, would you buy clothes designed by Bynes?

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