Amanda Bynes has ditched the matted extensions in favor of a fashion-forward undercut.The troubled actress, who reportedly was booted from a gym on Saturday after smoking marijuana in the ladies' room, debuted her new look on Twitter.The 27-year-old retired multimillionaire posted, 'I buzzed half my head like @cassie! No more old photos! This is the new me! I love it!' The former Nickelodeon star follows in the footsteps of R&B singer Cassie, rocker Ellie Goulding and model Alice Dellal, who have all sported similar hairstyles.The relatively polished look is a far cry from the mess of tangled extensions Amanda previously bared on frequent strolls through New York City.The Easy A actress has become quite a controversial figure since her departure from acting and subsequent move to the East Coast.Most recently she baffled readers of In Touch by telling the magazine that she's 'in the Mary-Kate and Ashley type of wealth' despite being worth an estimated $5 to $6 million compared to the twins' $300 million.
New 'do: Amanda Bynes debuted a new undercut hairstyle on Thursday, writing, 'I buzzed half my head like @cassie! No more old photos! This is the new me! I love it!'
And over the weekend, she was kicked out of Planet Fitness in Manhattan after allegedly sparking up in the women's locker room.Amanda took to Twitter to refute the claims, writing, 'I don't smoke in the bathroom. I also don't smoke pot, I smoke tobacco!'But bystanders have spotted the star smoking suspicious hand-rolled cigarettes in broad daylight while walking the city streets. Likewise, TMZ reported earlier this year Amanda was evicted from her apartment for being a 'building nuisance,' as neighbors apparently complained about smelling marijuana smoke from her abode.
Transformation: The new cut is a far cry from the pile of tangled blonde extensions that previously graced Amanda's head
The She's the Man actress currently is waging a war against tabloid outlets for printing defamatory headlines about her.In a series of long-form Tweets, she slammed Us Weekly, declaring, 'I'm suing them for writing OFFENSIVE headlines about me weekly.'On Wednesday Amanda directly messaged the magazine yet again, saying, 'I don't know why u feel the need to make up stories about me. I don't talk to light fixtures.'I don't want to be in your magazine in a negative way! I do nothing wrong' she finished.
Sight for sore eyes: Amanda routinely is spotted in a variety of bizarre get-ups on strolls through New York City
Defending her innocence: Amanda has initiated a battle against tabloid magazines that she alleges print defamatory statements about her
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