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Amanda Bynes ran up a room service bill of $2,389 before being thrown out of NY hotel

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Amanda Bynes ran up a room service bill of $2,389 before being thrown out of NY hotel
Amanda Bynes

Amanda Bynes ran up a room service bill of $2,389 before being ejected from the Ritz-Carlton hotel in New York.

The ‘Easy A’ actress was asked to leave the hotel last Thursday after allegedly being rude to staff but before vacating the premises, she reportedly ordered a huge amount of room service.

According to TMZ: “Amanda racked up nearly $9,000 in charges, staying in a $700-a-night room - and $2,389 of that bill came from room service orders.

“Amanda placed 40 separate room service and each order averaged roughly $60 to $70.”

Meanwhile, publicist Jonathan Jaxson - who is one of the few friends Amanda keeps in touch with – recently compared the troubled actress to Amy Winehouse, who died in 2011 at the age of 27.

He said: “She’s been promising several individuals to record and appear at places, but just can't keep her commitments for whatever reason. She would rather be alone than have friends with her in
person.

Amanda is not a Lindsay Lohan or Britney Spears, she is taking the steps of both of those combined with Amy Winehouse mixed in.

Sadly, it could turn tragic unless she gets well!"

Jonathan also revealed Amanda's only companion is a new puppy and says she has completely cut her family out of her life.

He said: "She still doesn't surround herself around anyone on a daily basis and is a lonely blue jay.

"It's really sad. At least she has a dog now to keep her company, that she loves and treats like a newborn baby.

"Her family have attempted to intervene but, last time they did, she fled to Buffalo. Every time they reach out she just gets angrier and angrier. She has alienated everyone.”

 

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