Amanda Bynes’ murderous tweets — and retraction — very disturbing

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As if we needed more proof Amanda Bynes needs intensive, serious, long-term psychiatric help, her weekend tweets have given us even more evidence of just how troubled the actress and aspiring fashion designer truly is.

In a series of tweets Saturday, Bynes said she was “joking” when she earlier claimed she fantasized about killing her parents. Her very upsetting comments were recorded by friends, who then posted them online to show Bynes needed to get help ASAP.

On Saturday, she came back and claimed she was merely kidding around. What makes it all so hard to believe is how graphic Bynes was in her description of slitting her father’s throat and her mother’s wrists.

On top of all that, she tweeted, “By the way – i was obviously joking about hurting my family – i straight up don’t believe in harming a soul.” She then added, “I said what I said in jest & if you don’t understand that then know I’m in therapy to talk about my dad issues and that will solve my concerns with ppl invading my private life.”

It then got stranger as she added this Twitter message, recalling her well-known come-on to Drake: When I said I want @drake to murder my vagina did anyone think I was asking him to actually murder my vagina… I think not.”

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