Amanda Bynes Breast Implants Plastic Surgery Before and After

Amanda Bynes used to be a child star in her younger days, but years weren’t kind to her as it seems. Her raunchy tweets and her controversial opinions are among the only things people think about when talking about Amanda these days.

There is also some talk of her recent breast surgery, a surgery that was supposed to increase her chest size. Apparently, the surgery wasn’t that much of a success and Amanda had to re-visit the clinic to get the implants out.

Rumors of Amanda’s breast implants hit the fans not long ago when the actress herself posted lewd pictures of herself on her Twitter account. Fans and pretty much anybody who was interested could see how…obvious Amanda’s breasts got, and it wasn’t just the outfit that was pointing them out like some people suggested. Nobody wants to admit to staring at preteen Amanda’s breasts, but we all know that she didn’t have them as big as they are today just a couple of years ago.

Amanda Bynes Breast Implants Plastic Surgery Before and After

Amanda Bynes Breast Implants Plastic Surgery Before and After

According to sources close to the celebrity, Amanda wanted to take out the implants as she was no longer comfortable having them. Apparently, breast implants take a lot of getting used to, yet Amanda never truly felt comfortable having them except for cosmetic reasons. Other reports are saying that she ran into complications after the surgery when a tube apparently got lodged in her left breast. Either way, Amanda seems to have gotten rid of the implants after all.

But wait, there’s more. Amanda recently confessed that she isn’t happy with the way she looks, and is actively looking to ‘improve’ herself even further. Despite the unsuccessful breast surgery, she is determined to try another one, as well as a nose job if possible. Still, we have nothing to base these this information on rather than the anonymous confessions of one of Amanda’s close friends. We say that Amanda looks great just the way she is, but it isn’t up to us, is it?