No Matter How Many Times Amanda Bynes Gets In Trouble We Still Love Her

No Matter How Many Times Amanda Bynes Gets In Trouble We Still Love Her
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She made headlines around the world after locking herself in the restroom of a cupcake shop until the door was almost kicked down by a fireman.

And it seems Amanda Bynes is still not ready to face the music, as she hid her head behind a bag in New York.

The troubled former Nickelodeon star’s erratic behaviour continued as she indulged in some retail therapy in the trendy Soho area of the Big Apple on Saturday.

The 26-year-old did a reasonably good job of hiding her face, and also used her mobile phone for extra coverage as she padded around.

However when she was briefly forced to let her guard down as she crossed the road it emerged she was also hiding her face behind a gigantic a pic of sunglasses.

Amanda had donned an inviting ensemble for her outing, wearing a white denim waistcoat, grey top and skin-tight black leggings. And while it is likely she will no longer secure many roles, she is certainly turning her life into an extended drama.

She cannot even visit a cake shop without causing trouble, reportedly locking herself away for up to two hours in the public restroom.

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Photo Credit: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images

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