Amanda Bynes Leaves Apartment to Avoid Eviction, Moves Into Hotel

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Amanda Bynes Leaves Apartment to Avoid Eviction, Moves Into Hotel
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Amanda Bynes Leaves Apartment to Avoid Eviction, Moves Into Hotel

Amanda Bynes is going to have to find a new place to live in the Big Apple -- but for now, she's calling a downtown Manhattan hotel home. The troubled former teen star, 26, reportedly moved out of her apartment on Friday (Feb. 1) after the building's management threatened to evict her. According to TMZ, fellow tenants had complained that the What I Like About You star smoked marijuana and cigarettes "morning, noon and night" in her apartment and even in the hallways.

Bynes claims the report is false and told Celebuzz, “I’m not moving. I don’t have a landlord! I don’t rent! I own a condo in NY.”

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Although it was a non-smoking building, management claims Bynes had refused to cease smoking. In Bynes' wake was an apartment littered with Marlboro Light cigarette butts and dirty Q-tips, one insider told Us Weekly.

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Following her supposed hasty Friday move, Bynes' parents have also arrived in Manhattan -- taking a hotel room adjacent to their daughter -- and are "afraid for her," another source tells Us. It's just the latest complication for Bynes, who made a slew of headlines in 2012: Two hit-and-run cases (settled in December), two charges of driving with a suspended license, plus a DUI charge, in addition to notably bizarre, public antics during her time in NYC.

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"I'm 26, a multi-millionaire, retired," Bynes told Us after one outlandish tabloid story -- claiming she paraded nude and disoriented inside a tanning salon -- proved to be untrue.

This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Amanda Bynes Leaves Apartment to Avoid Eviction, Moves Into Hotel

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