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[caption id="attachment_63950" align="aligncenter" width="665"]amanda bynes gets all awkward and weird on twitter amanda bynes gets all awkward and weird on twitter[/caption]Amanda Bynes Makes Vulgar Tweets to Dismay of Fans

Amanda Bynes continues her fall from grace with a series of sexually vulgar tweets about the rap singer known as "Drake".

One such tweet has the former star of TV series "All That" expressing a desire that the rap singer "murder" her female genitalia.

If the actress were looking to generate some media attention via the tweets, it has partially worked - within half a day the tweets were "retweeted" over 13,000 by fans.

However, in a day and age of videos and tweets going viral, Bynes has a long way to go to recapture the spotlight. Bynes was a very popular teen actress in the late 1990s and early into the 2000s.

In 2006, People Magazine named Bynes one of the most successful stars under age 25. Not long after that, Bynes began to show signs of struggling with her success.

Now, she struggles with alcohol abuse which culminated last year in an arrest for two counts of hit-and-run, driving while texting, and driving under the influence.

She finally settled with the victims, plead guilty to two counts of hit-and-run in exchange for the charges being dropped. She has not had any acting role since co-starring with Emma Stone in the hit film "Easy A" back in 2010.

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