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Amanda Bynes DENIES that a recent nude photo of a woman in a bathtub circulating on Twitter is her

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Amanda Bynes has clarified that a recent alleged nude photo of her is totally fake.TheWhat a Girl Wants star, 36, had to clear up the rumor after a naked photo of a woman in a bathtub surfaced on a Twitter account this week.The actress told TMZ that 'she never takes nude photographs like the one circulating the Internet purporting to be her' and has no connection to the page where the photo appeared.

Fake: Amanda Bynes, 36, has clarified that a recent alleged nude photo of her is fake, after a shot of a naked woman in a bathtub surfaced on a Twitter accountIn the photo, posted by Twitter user @PersianLa27, a naked woman with pink hair is seen from behind on all fours while taking a bath.

Bynes' attorney,Tamar Arminak, stated that the star is not the woman in the photo, and that her legal team has been trying to deactivate the account for years with no success.Arminak explained that Twitter has refused their requests to shut down the page based on the fact thatthe account is a 'celebrity parody page'.

Not me! The actress told TMZ that 'she never takes nude photographs like the one circulating the Internet purporting to be her' and has no connection to the Twitter page Amanda's attorney also claimed that they appealed to Twitter during her nearly 9-year conservatorship - which ended on March 22, 2022 - but the social media platform did not yield to their requests.'There's nothing funny about what she was going through mental health-wise and the fact Twitter thought it was appropriate to keep a parody account mocking what she was going through is disgusting,' her lawyer stated.The account is currently set to private, with only approved followers able to see the content.

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