Amanda Bynes Tweets to Her Followers

Amanda Bynes Tweets to Her Followers

Amanda Bynes has resurfaced on Twitter and sent a tweet to her followers as well as doing a little self censoring on her older tweets. The 27 year-old actress is putting her life in order after her spectacular public meltdown that started in 2012. While spiraling helplessly out of control, Bynes used Twitter almost addictively; sending tweets out to those who irritated her or caught her attention.

Amanda Bynes Tweets to Her Followers

Amanda Bynes Tweets to Her Followers

Amanda Bynes has resurfaced on Twitter and sent a tweet to her followers as well as doing a little self censoring on her older tweets. The 27 year-old actress is putting her life in order after her spectacular public meltdown that started in 2012. While spiraling helplessly out of control, Bynes used Twitter almost addictively; sending tweets out to those who irritated her or caught her attention.

Cara Delevingne Smoke Rings and Sloppy Kisses

Cara Delevingne Smoke Rings and Sloppy Kisses

British Model Cara Delevingne had a great time with her gal pal Michelle Rodriguez as the two enjoyed blowing smoke rings with their electronic cigarettes and sharing sloppy kisses The two celebrity friends enjoyed an evening of basketball and each other while sitting courtside at a Knicks game on Tuesday.

Chris Brown Voluntarily Enters Rehab to Avoid Jail?

Chris Brown Voluntarily Enters Rehab to Avoid Jail?

In what appears to be a pre-emptive move, Chris Brown has voluntarily entered rehab in an attempt to avoid a jail sentence. Brown’s rep announced on Tuesday via a statement that the singer had decided after his release from jail on Monday to work on his alleged anger management problem.

 

Chris Brown Charge Reduced Despite Violence and Homophobic Attitude

Chris Brown Charge Reduced Despite Violence and Homophobic Attitude

Although Chris Brown has been complaining about just how unfair the legal system has been treating him, he got a real break from the same system on Monday. The performer had his assault charge reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor by the Washington, D.C. court he appeared before and was released under his own recognizance.