Amanda Bynes Is On Involuntary Psychiatric Hold
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It finally happened. Amanda Bynes did something crazy enough to be determined... well, crazy.
After starting a fire in a woman's driveway, Amanda Bynes was questioned by police and ultimately placed on involuntary psychiatric hold, reports E! News. She'll be held for up to 72 hours while her mental condition is evaluated.
E! News shares an eyewitness story of Amanda taking a gas can into a woman's driveway in Thousand Oaks, California. After lighting a fire, Amanda placed a flaming rag on top of the gas can. Her pant leg briefly caught on fire, but she wasn't injured.
Amanda tried to take off in a cab after several people realized what she was doing. Before she could rush off however, the cops arrived, determined she was nuts and took her in.
Doctors can release Amanda at any time as long as she's not a danger to herself or others... this could take awhile.
Snooki May Be Blocked From Filming In New Jersey Town
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Despite the fact that Snooki is now a mother and, from what we can tell, has put her partying ways aside, one town still doesn't want her around. Those in Pelican Island, New Jersey are under the impression that GTL still reigns and that Snooki will wreak drunken havoc within their quaint seaside businesses.
The upcoming season of "Snooki & JWoww" is set to film in Pelican Island, and as the New York Daily News reports, the locals aren't happy about it. Some have gone as far as hiring an attorney to try to block production.
In response to their protest, Snooki posted this message on Instagram: "Adults are trying to ban my son, fiance, and I from enjoying our summer at the shore. Grow up, get over yourself and move on. This is not how we should be treating one another. Absolutely sick, and very sad. I pray for you."
One Direction's "Best Song Ever" Breaks Record
Setting hearts a-flurry and breaking records... that's what One Direction does! Their new video for "Best Song Ever" was watched 10.9 million times in the first 24 hours of its release! For Vevo.com, that's a new record reports Billboard.
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