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Amanda Bynes accuses fiance Paul Michael of taking drugs, vandalizing his mom’s home

Amanda Bynes has accused her fiancé Paul Michael of using drugs, watching disturbing pornography and vandalizing his mom’s home following an explosive argument. 

The troubled actress, 36, took to her Instagram stories on Thursday to publicly claim he has stopped taking his medications and she declared she had ‘kicked him out’ of her house over his ‘alarming behavior’. 

‘I’m afraid of what he’ll do,’ Amanda said, alleging that she found his ‘stash of crack cocaine’ and that he had put ‘salmon under’ his mom’s bed.

Right before her Instagram stories, Paul called police to their home at 2:30am during a verbal dispute with the star and accused her of taking his Adderall and calling her ‘out of control,’ according to TMZ. 

The latest: Amanda Bynes took to her Instagram stories early Thursday morning to accuse her fiance Paul Michael of using drugs and vandalizing his mom’s home

Paul told the police she kicked him out of the house but he stayed there until they arrived, per the outlet’s source with the LAPD.

He spoke to the dispatcher and told them they were in a verbal dispute.

According to the outlet, he reportedly went to his Instagram and said he didn’t know ‘what the f**k she’s talking about.’ 

Hours before, Amanda posted a snap of Paul to her stories as he lounged on the couch.

Amanda spoke directed to the camera next, listing out the accusations against her fiancé. 

‘Paul told me he stopped taking his medications. I looked at his phone and he was looking at mom and son porn.’

Adding: ‘He vandalized his mom’s home, he broke all of her pictures and he put salmon under her bed. His behavior is alarming and I’m afraid of what he’ll do.’

Shocking: The trouble actress spoke directly on her stories as she claimed he stopped taking his medications and watching disturbing porn, calling his 'behavior alarming' and revealing she 'kicked him out of' her house

Shocking: The trouble actress spoke directly on her stories as she claimed he stopped taking his medications and watching disturbing porn, calling his ‘behavior alarming’ and revealing she ‘kicked him out of’ her house

Accusations: 'I'm afraid of what he'll do,' Amanda said, adding that she found his 'stash of crack cocaine' and that he put 'salmon under' his mom's bed

Accusations: ‘I’m afraid of what he’ll do,’ Amanda said, adding that she found his ‘stash of crack cocaine’ and that he put ‘salmon under’ his mom’s bed

‘I forgot to mention I found Paul’s stash of crack cocaine. He’s been using for the past six months. He needs serious house. I kicked him out of my house.’

Hours prior, Paul was seen smoking on her stories.

She deleted the stories of her accusations from her Instagram and posted a new one of her in the car, noting a correction.

Amanda said in the stories posted at around 7 am PST: ‘Correction. Paul looked up Milfs, moms and sons just popped up. Also, I went to CVS, bought a drug test. Paul tested clean. Paul’s clean. Also I had something in my teeth in the last video.’

Amanda spoke directed to the camera next, listing out the accusations against her fiance

Paul told me he stopped taking his medications. I looked at his phone and he was looking at mom and son porn'

Troubling: Amanda spoke directed to the camera next, listing out the accusations against her fiance

Allegations: Amanda said in her stories: 'Paul told me he stopped taking his medications. I looked at his phone and he was looking at mom and son porn'

Allegations: Amanda said in her stories: ‘Paul told me he stopped taking his medications. I looked at his phone and he was looking at mom and son porn’

Prior: Amanda shared a glam video of herself on Wednesday night

Prior: Amanda shared a glam video of herself on Wednesday night 

Her fiance: Paul appeared on her stories one day prior smoking

Her fiance: Paul appeared on her stories one day prior smoking

On Tuesday, Amanda released her second song with Paul, titled ‘Fairfax.’ 

Two weeks earlier, Amanda released a clip of her single titled Diamonds, which she made with Paul.

Amanda and Paul met at a sober living home in late 2019 and got engaged the following year. 

The What I Like About You star’s lawyer David A. Esquibias told ET that Amanda and Michael put the track together amid the initial stages of the coronavirus pandemic shutdown.

The shocking accusations  come just one month after a conservatorship her parents presided over since 2013 was terminated in Ventura County Superior Court in Oxnard, California.

New: On Tuesday, Amanda released her second song with Paul, titled 'Fairfax'

New: On Tuesday, Amanda released her second song with Paul, titled ‘Fairfax’

Couple: Two weeks earlier, Amanda released a clip of her single titled Diamonds, which she made with Paul

 Couple: Two weeks earlier, Amanda released a clip of her single titled Diamonds, which she made with Paul

‘The court determines that the conservatorship is no longer required and that grounds for establishment of a conservatorship of the person no longer exist,’ Judge Roger Lund said in court docs from last month.

Amanda was placed under the conservatorship in 2013 amid a series of legal issues, and problems with mental health and substance abuse.

Last month, the judge said that the actress had proven she was adept to deal with her health issues without oversight from her parents, who did not object to the change in plans.

When the conservatorship was initially implemented in 2013, the star’s parents Rick and Lynn Bynes said in court docs they were worried Amanda could harm herself or other people unless they were able to oversee her medical affairs and finances.

Her parents said they were concerned she could undergo potentially perilous plastic surgery, and told the court the actress believed she was being monitored through her vehicle’s dashboard and smoke detectors in her home.

Legal: The shocking accusations come just one month after a conservatorship her parents presided over since 2013 was terminated in Ventura County Superior Court in Oxnard, California

Legal: The shocking accusations come just one month after a conservatorship her parents presided over since 2013 was terminated in Ventura County Superior Court in Oxnard, California

Amanda told ET following the ruling that she was focused on her education and work on a fragrance product she was planning on releasing in the future.

‘I am continuing with my Bachelor’s Degree at FIDM, majoring in Creative Industry Studies with a core in Beauty Marketing and Product Development,’ Amanda told the outlet, noting that she was ‘traveling to New York in June to work on developing a fragrance.’

Amanda found fame as a child star at the age of 13 on Nickelodeon’s The Amanda Show, and went on to have success on shows such as All That and What I Like About You. She was also featured in films including She’s the Man, What a Girl Wants and Hairspray, with her last appearance in a motion picture coming in 2010’s Easy A.

She said on Twitter that year that she was retiring from her acting career, writing, ‘Being an actress isn’t as fun as it may seem. If I don’t love something anymore I stop doing it. I don’t love acting anymore so I’ve stopped doing it.’

Wow: Bynes found fame as a child star at the age of 13 on Nickelodeon's The Amanda Show, and went on to have success on shows such as All That and What I Like About You. She was also featured in films including She's the Man, What a Girl Wants and Hairspray, with her last appearance in a motion picture coming in 2010's Easy A

 Wow: Bynes found fame as a child star at the age of 13 on Nickelodeon’s The Amanda Show, and went on to have success on shows such as All That and What I Like About You. She was also featured in films including She’s the Man, What a Girl Wants and Hairspray, with her last appearance in a motion picture coming in 2010’s Easy A

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