With rare exceptions like telling Drake she wanted him to murder her V, the brand of crazy that Amanda Bynes has been launching for nearly a year has only harmed herself. However, it seems like she's ready to start inflicting her bizarre behavior on others as well.

The always active tweeter took to her page and announced plans to sue gossip blogger Perez Hilton for negative media coverage. "I'm suing @usweekly & @perezhilton for continuing to act like I'm doing something wrong by tweeting and walking to photoshoots. F--k you!!!!" she tweeted yesterday.

It's unclear what tweets she was referring to, but she wrote them shortly after a bizarre incident earlier this week where she walked around Times Square in NYC with a shirt covering her face. Us Weekly posted a story about the attention-seeking walk and Perez hinted at the possibility of her being "mentally unstable."

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Perez claims that her lawsuit plans are particularly upsetting because they were friends at one point. The duo partied together on several occasions and she has appeared at his fundraising events in the past.

"I used to consider Amanda Bynes a real-life friend. This saddens me. Seeing her in the state she's in now saddens me," he said to E! News. "A lot of her other former friends I've spoken to recently are also sad and feeling helpless. My heart goes out to her and also her family. Sincerely. I truly hope she gets better!"

Amanda already announced plans last November to sue In Touch for a bogus story that accused her of walking around a NYC tanning salon naked. Of course, it's also possible that this could blow over quickly. Amanda has developed a habit of posting outrageous statements or photos and then moving on like nothing happened. "Check my twitter for updates on my clothing and perfume line plux pix!" she tweeted shortly after.

Unfortunately for Amanda, she doesn't have much of a leg to stand on if she plans to move forward with the lawsuit. He's merely saying what every other media outlet has already been hinting at and as long as the word "allegedly" comes before "mentally unstable," he's completely safe.

Whose side are you on in this battle?

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