Amanda Bynes Denies She Was Kicked Out of Gymnastics Class
(NEW YORK) -- Amanda Bynes is bent out of shape over a New York Post report that claims she was forced to leave a gymnastics class after exhibiting unusual behavior.
A source tells the newspaper that the actress first attended the class in New York City about a month ago, and "immediately started acting strangely." Allegedly, Bynes spun around in circles and mumbled to herself during one exercise.
At one point, when Bynes' classmates were performing cartwheels, the actress "did a cartwheel, but her wig fell off, and she sat down and cried," the source says.
The Post says Bynes would show up to the class "in fishnets and a leotard that looked like lingerie."
The insider claims that after a few weeks with the class, Bynes was escorted out because "staff were concerned about her manner and worried she might be a hazard to other people in the class."
Bynes has issued a strong denial on her Twitter feed, writing, "I'm suing every blog saying I was kicked out of gymnastics. What is wrong w/ u people? What would u do if u found fake stories about u?"
Less than two weeks ago, the 27-year-old threatened legal action on Twitter against Us Weekly and gossip blogger Perez Hilton "for continuing to act like I'm doing something wrong by tweeting and walking to photoshoots."
Early Tuesday morning, Bynes tweeted, "Paparazzi stalk me every day on my way to the gym, I'll post my favorite ones since they won't stop."
While some of her followers thought that meant she'd turn the tables and snap pics of the shutterbugs, she inexplicably re-posted photos paparazzi took of her, including one about which she says, "I like my hair in this pic."
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