Amanda Bynes Believes Smoke Alarms Are Spying On Her, Her Parents Believe She Has Schizophrenia

It should be obvious to everyone right now that Amanda Bynes is just one big cognitive and emotional dysfunction who should be tranquilized and taken immediately to a mental hospital pumped full of meds. It's not even funny anymore. Her paranoid delusions and childish ramblings ('Ur ugly!") have grown increasingly insane on Twitter, and the voices in her head have completely convinced her that she's the prettiest princess in the land. And by the way, she thinks smoke alarms and clocks are learning her secrets and plan to Photoshop a bad nose on her. Radar Online reports:

The Bynes family moved from Texas to Los Angeles several years ago to be closer to their daughter. One reason for the move was because, “for years, since Amanda was a teenager, she exhibited distressing behavior,” a source told exclusively. “Amanda has heard voices for years, and was concerned she was being spied on via smoke alarms, and clocks in her home. She would cover electronic items because Amanda believed that was the only way she wouldn’t be spied on. It’s extremely sad situation because Amanda just refuses to get help.”

And if you're wondering why her parents haven't stepped in and forced her to get help, it apparently hasn't been for a lack of trying.

Rick & Lynn have met with several lawyers that handle conservatorships in the past month, because they want to get a conservatorship of their daughter. They have been advised that even as disturbing as Amanda’s behavior is, it’s very unlikely that a judge would sign off on a temporary conservatorship. “Conservatorships are very hard to get, and being mentally ill and addicted to drugs isn’t enough. Amanda hasn’t ever been to rehab or ever agreed to see a mental health professional. Her parents are absolutely powerless to do anything at this point,” the insider previously told us.

And in case you're wondering how Amanda feels about that, she had this to say on Twitter:

“Also, never trust or listen to a word any person from my family says to the press. I am suing them for money laundering/unethical manager work, I never signed a contract with them, and they had been stealing my money without me knowing, claiming they were managing me somehow when they have no right to act as if they did anything to help or enhance my career and I want $ back that I earned on my own. I’m 27 and don’t like when press talks to my parents. My parents are almost 70 years old. We are no longer on speaking terms. I would rather them be homeless than live off of my money.”

But of course, the voices are wrong.

Our sources reveal, “her parents have never lived off of her money. They are just concerned for her, and wish Amanda would voluntarily seek help.

So at this point, Amanda Bynes will continue to live like this until she seeks voluntary help (which she won't), hurts herself, or hurts someone else. She's just another sad example of America's obsession with grandicide and our complete lack of understanding of mental health issues. The fact that she's walking the streets right now, in the supposed greatest country in the world,  as a danger to herself and others without anyone stepping in or forcing her to get help, should scare the shit out of everyone. What if she decides to buy a gun to protect herself from all of these preceived threats? What if she's in a car and believes a random pedestrian on their phone is spreading lies about her to Us Weekly? Will we say it's a tragedy then? Am I bringing the room down? Should I "stick to tits"? I'll let you answer those questions.


Also, there's this. [h/t The Superficial]