Amanda Bynes is being "terrorised" by fake Twitter accounts that the social media company have allegedly refused to take down.
The 32-year-old actress has made repeated requests to the social media company asking for imposters to be removed from the site but have had her legal pleas turned down, despite some fake accounts allegedly claiming to be the 'Easy A' star - who has struggled with mental health issues in the past - and asking for money to help pay medical bills.
Amanda's lawyer, Tamar Arminak, told People magazine: "At the end of the day, if an account is getting attention and buzz Twitter isn't taking it down.
"Even if it's mocking someone who is mentally ill. It's mocking mental illness as a whole and letting this imposter terrorise Amanda with every tweet.
"I sent demand letters telling Twitter to take down the account because it was impersonating her, bullying her, asking for money in her name etc. Twitter came back saying it was a parody account and refused to take it down.