Amanda Bynes is prematurely aging from the distress of what has happened to her due to her involvement with the Kabbalah Center and the mental illness is created
26-year-old Amanda Bynes had another outburst on Twitter last week, but this time it went farther than ever, as she accused her dad of incest. Bynes logged off then get back on the internet to tweet her dad did not molest her and the "microchip" in her brain made her say those things.
Bynes tweeted, "My dad was verbally and physically abuse to me as a child," she wrote. "He called me ugly as a child and then asked me if I wanted to have sex with him and i did not know how to respond and I said no and then I was forced to live with my dad which was a total nightmare." Bynes previously accused a New York police officer of sexually assaulting her, which he and those present during an incident at her condo vehemently deny.
Bynes then flew into Los Angeles, where her driver, on her parents orders, tricked her into believing he was transporting her to a lawyer's office. In actuality, the driver was transporting her to the mental ward that is the Las Encinas Hospital, where she has been on a 5150 psychiatric hold.
This marks the second time the actress's parents, Lynn and Rick Bynes, have placed her under a psychiatric hold, but it is needed. Last year, despite her mother's claims, the Judiciary Report stated Bynes mental illness is beyond bipolar and actually schizophrenia. As stated in the column previously, Bynes is in Kabbalah and the sick sect have destroyed her mind in a bid at getting to her money.
Amanda Bynes and her parents Lynn and Rick Bynes in better times before she became mentally ill
Ironically, Kabbalah member, Sam Lufti, who helped Kabbalah corral and damage singer Britney Spears, is now in Bynes' life. He is encouraging her to sue her parents, which is not a good idea. Bynes needn't have any dealings with or listen to Lufti, who is a greedy opportunist that used to drug up Britney Spears to control and manipulate her.
Sadly, Bynes mind is gone and it must be devastating for her parents. There is currently no cure for schizophrenia. It is a permanent mental state, where psychiatric drugs are used to keep patients from hurting themselves and others.