If you own a television or a computer, then you know that Amanda Bynes has constantly been brought up. She's been arrested for a hit and run & throwing a bong out of a window, among other things, and she's frequently seen with a super tacky wig of some sort, even when entering a court of law. YES...the stories are funny, entertaining and sometimes controversial, but how much is too much??
Harvey, from TMZ, brought up a valid argument of whether it's right or wrong to constantly blast a person who could very well have a mental condition and need serious help. Being that I work in media, I do think it's a good thing to be contious of how your words can affect someone, but in this case, I find this chick to be thirsty for attention and becoming relevant again.
Unlike a Britney Spears type, she has made every action public, attacked individuals that have no affiliation with her and done even more ridiculous things since her craziness has drawn attention. Her twitter is basically trash (yeah I said it) and her childishness is even more unattractive.
It's good to know that TMZ, as crazy as they can get, acknowledge a situation of the sort; however, I don't think this is so much about choosing not to report just because of potential illness. I think If anything, the decision to stop entertaining her foolishness, should be done to stop feeding her need for attention.
For her sake, I hope that friends and family will step up to the plate and stage an intervention to get her back on the right track. Life happens to everyone, despite your profession. What makes or breaks you is how you choose to live it...
What do you think??