Amanda Bynes can do what she wants.
The former Nickelodeon star — whose recent erratic behavior and multiple, driving-related arrests have friends and family fearing that she's headed down a dangerous path — was the subject of a less-than-flattering In Touch magazine story this week.
The tabloid claimed the actress, 26, paraded around a NYC tanning salon recently — wearing nothing but her goggles.
A witness told the mag Bynes looked "painfully thin" and that "she seemed totally out of it."
"[She] didn't seem to care that everyone saw her naked," the witness shared. (A store employee countered that Bynes comes in frequently but "is always polite" and "usually just in and out.")
Needless to say, Bynes isn't pleased with the publication's report on her visit to the salon.
"I'm suing In Touch for printing a fake story," the furious star told Us Weekly Thursday. "I'm not 'troubled.' I don't get naked in public. I'm 26, a multi-millionaire, retired. Please respect my privacy."
Bynes herself may not be troubled, but she's got legal troubles a-plenty — the former What I Like About You star is currently facing a DUI, two hit-and-run charges, as well as two separate charges for driving with a suspended license.
Following her spring DUI arrest, Bynes took to Twitter to plead her case to a higher power: President Barack Obama.
"Hey Barack Obama . . . I don't drink," she wrote in June. "Please fire the cop who arrested me. I also don't hit and run. The end."
In September, TMZ reported that Bynes was dropped by her agent, publicist and lawyer, all within the span of a few weeks.