Amanda Bynes was allegedly spotted this week talking to herself in New York City. Shortly after a series of strange events the former Amanda Show star rejoined Twitter, where she immediately lashed out at tabloids who have been covering her recovery.

In a set of tweets sent out on Wednesday night, Bynes wrote, “I am not insane and they lied about me in every way.” She continued, They continue to write lies about me and it really hurts my feelings because they are calling me insane and I’m actually really smart…The true definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results…So I’m laughing all the way to the bank because I will sue them all.”

The 28-year-old former actress did confirm at least one part of recent tabloid news, she announced her engagement. In a tweet to her millions of fans Bynes revealed, “I am getting married and my boyfriend and I are going to be on the cover People magazine.” Bynes then sent the following tweet about PEOPLE:

https://twitter.com/amandabynes/status/520059166111825920

Who exactly does Amanda Bynes plan to sue? According to her Tweets she is going after In Touch Magazine and Star Magazine:

https://twitter.com/amandabynes/status/520051457606053888

https://twitter.com/amandabynes/status/520051765681872896

Both publications have failed to issue a response at this time, although their stories about her strange behavior do appear to be supported by multiple sources who all claimed to see Bynes talking and arguing to herself.

The tweets from Amanda Bynes arrived several hours after the NYPD questioned her for leaving Barneys New York without paying for a hat. Bynes told police that she was only wearing the hate to disguise herself from the paparazzi. No charges were issued for her alleged shoplifting.

Amanda Bynes was arrested on DUI charges last week, and since that time she has been residing in New York City. She recent revealed that she wants to transfer from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Orange County, California to Columbia University or New York University.