Actress Amanda Bynes’ claim of being “sexually harassed” by a NYPD police office found no evidence after she was arrested on the night of 23rd May.
She accused an arresting officer of entering her NYC apartment illegally, man-handling her and lying about being an eye-witness of her getting rid of a bong out of the apartment window.
The Internal Affairs investigated these allegations brought down by her, but failed to find anything to support her claims. They drew the conclusion that all the officers acted professionally and appropriately that night.
The NYPD released a statement saying that the investigators failed to find any evidence to corroborate the allegations made by Ms Bynes.
The actress was charged with reckless endangerment, evidence tampering and the possession of marijuana, but she was adamant that she did no wrong and was targeted unfairly by the police.
It is nothing new as in the past couple of months the actress’ behavior was getting increasingly strange and has been quite a trouble-maker including that of driving with a suspended license and impounding her car.
Two bizarre episodes occurred last September when she locked herself up inside the changing room of a store and refused to come out. And later, in her gym-class, she started to strip-off.