Amanda Bynes posts alarming video saying she’s ‘afraid’ of fiance Paul Michael
Troubled former child star Amanda Bynes has taken to Instagram with a worrying post claiming she’s “afraid of what her fiance will do”.
Amanda Bynes claimed in a multi-part Instagram Story early on Thursday that her fiance Paul Michael “stopped taking his medications” and has been using drugs in secret.
“Paul told me that he stopped taking his medications. I looked at his phone and he was looking at mom-and-son porn. He vandalised his mom’s home,” she told her followers, the New York Postreports.
“He broke all of her pictures and put salmon under her bed,” she continued. “His behaviour’s alarming, and I’m afraid of what he’ll do.”
The Easy A actress, 36, closed out her videos by adding that she “forgot to mention” she allegedly “found Paul’s stash of crack cocaine”.
“He’s been using for the past six months,” she claimed. “He needs serious help. I kicked him out of my house.”
Bynes’ lawyer didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
Michael, who met the star in Alcoholics Anonymous, took to his own Instagram account soon after to say he did not know “what the f**k she’s talking about”.
“Y’all gotta stop talking your sh*t. … You guys don’t f***ing know anything,” he added.
The She’s the Man star’s conservatorship ended in March after nearly nine years.
“In the last several years, I have been working hard to improve my health so that I can live and work independently, and I will continue to prioritise my wellbeing in this next chapter,” she said in a statement to People after the ruling.
“I am excited about my upcoming endeavours – including my fragrance line – and look forward to sharing more when I can,” she added.
Days later, Bynes’ lawyer said she was gearing up for the future with Michael.
“She’s doing very well and looking forward to moving in her property with [fiance] Paul,” David Esquibias told People. “They’re actively searching for furniture and she’s excited about all of it.
“She’s ecstatic to receive her parents’ full love and support behind her decision to terminate the conservatorship,” he added.
This article originally appeared in the New York Post and was reproduced with permission