Not since May has a tweet been sent out from @amandabynes, but early Tuesday morning, the actress was back on the Twitter handle to send her followers a few messages.
"Don't believe anything the tabloids are saying about me," Bynes first wrote. "They dislike me for some odd reason & they continue to insult me every day."
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She immediately added: "Treat others how you want to be treated. The truth will set you free."
Following that tweet, the What I Like About You star decided to offer an update on her plans while in New York City. She tweeted: "I'm transferring to NYU or Columbia from FIDM to study psychology, so you'll see me in New York if you live here but I HATE stalkers!"
Bynes was thought to be back on Twitter prior to these tweets – but if so, it was under an alias. It's suspected that the handle @PersianLa27 belongs to the actress as the tweets seem to be in line with the bizarre messages she was sending prior to her time in rehab under her verified account.
On Thursday night, Oct. 2, Bynes was spotted leaving Los Angeles and en route to New York's JFK airport, nearly a week after her DUI arrest and days after her parents told reporters they were unaware of their daughter's whereabouts.
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Bynes being in New York is a violation of her probation -- she is currently serving three years probation for her first DUI arrest made back in 2012 -- and she could face jail time.
On Sunday, the 28-year-old confirmed engagement rumors-- she's been wearing a ring on that finger-- when she told In Touch Weekly that she's engaged to a 19-year-old named Caleb, and they are to exchange vows at Los Angeles' London Hotel. "I am very needy for friendship and I hate men," she said. "I want to f**k them, but I can now say I’m engaged -- get away from me. I want to be married and I want to be away from people."
Bynes' next court date is Oct. 23 in Los Angeles, but she's been spotted in New York City riding a bicycle and, according to an In Touch source, "talking to trees" with a band-aid on her face.