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Amanda Bynes has taken a break from posting "selfies" on Twitter to share something very serious.
After writing on Thursday night that magazines and websites only write stories about her "anytime I've gained weight," she added, "I have an eating disorder so I have a hard time staying thin."
Although we haven't seen any media outlets picking on Bynes for her weight – in fact, she looks perfectly healthy to us! – the former "What I Like About You" teen star is certainly obsessed with her size.
Her social media feeds are full of random tweets about feeling "pudgy" or working out and Instagram photos of her thighs and arms. Two days before her latest Twitter rant, she posted, "Skinny's The F**k."
During her most recent tweet-a-thon, Bynes, who turned 27 on Wednesday, also went off about media outlets using paparazzi photos – in which she usually looks disheveled and is sometimes wearing a wig – to illustrate articles about her, instead of going with the poor-quality "selfies" she has posted online.
"They write a news article about every tweet I write and I hate the pictures they choose," she wrote just after midnight on Friday. "They repeat what I tweet then add a bad photo. Only use photos from my twitter when writing an article about me."
Although we'd like to honor Bynes' wishes, her "selfies" are just a little too odd for omg! to use as a main image … but if she can take some better ones, we'd be happy to oblige!
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