Looks like someone is standing behind Amanda Bynes this time around.
The actress, 26, threatened to sue Bauer Publishing's tabloid In Touch magazine after they printed a disturbing story about her mental health last week, claiming she was spotted walking around a Beach Bum tanning salon in New York City completely naked.
"She didn't seem to care that everyone saw her naked," a source told the publication. "She seemed totally out of it ... There was definitely something wrong with her."
Well as it turns out, there seems to be something wrong with the magazine's insiders.
Beach Bum's CEO, James Oliver, is supporting Bynes and her denial, telling Us Weekly: "Employee testimony and security footage have confirmed that Ms. Bynes was not acting inappropriately. She is a long-time client and we stand by her account."
Bynes released a statement on Nov. 1, revealing to Us Weekly that she is planning on taking legal action against Bauer Publishing. "I'm suing In Touch for printing a fake story. I'm not 'troubled,'" she said. "I don't get naked in public. I'm 26, a multi-millionaire, retired. Please respect my privacy."