Amanda Bynes Pimped By Nickelodeon

Another Child Star Abused By Hollywood

Amanda Bynes was a Nickelodeon star when my son was growing up, and like many other stars of similar age, she crashed.

Like Lindsay Lohan, Miley Cyrus and Britney Spears, at some point along the way their behavior became sick and irrational. Many observers have said they are issuing a cry for help.

Amanda Bynes issued a number of tweets that open a window into sexual abuse and personal madness.

Whatever it is, there is no question that the entertainment industry has blood on its hands.

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11 responses to “Amanda Bynes Pimped By Nickelodeon

  1. Let us pray for Amanda Bynes. And let us remember that Hollywood, in general, most definitely has blood on its hands. I hope she recovers completely, and I hope her testimony can help others.
    American society has become a cesspool of sexual crimes in the past 30 or so years. Sexual crimes are off the charts.
    We must pray to St. Maria Goretti.

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  2. Were those tweets recent? That was a good video

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  3. I have no idea who Amanda Bynes is.

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  4. I was wondering when we’d hear from this poor girl. If she isn’t an example of abuse, I don’t know what is.

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  5. This video is so heartbreaking. Parents selling their children. What a horrific story. We need a mass awakening so EVERYONE is aware of what is truly happening and we need to stop it. Right now I can only think of prayer and boycotting Hollywood.

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  6. I always used to wonder why child actors ended up messed up adults 8 times out of 10. Unfortunately I think we now know why. Does anyone remember Kristy Nichol? I used to want to be a “child star”, now I wouldn’t wish that on anyone. Hopefully this recent exposure of some of the parasites will open the eyes of parents everywhere!

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    • Kristy McNichol; yes, her parents pushed her and her brother into the business with the help of family friend Desi Arnaz. She was really talented and worked everywhere; was the biggest female teen star in the mud to late 70’s. Later diagnosed bipolar and fortunately retired from the business to get well and lead a more normal life. I think overall she is a “success” story, but who knows how much abuse and damage she suffered.

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    • I liked Kristy McNichol. And I crushed on her brother 🙂

      They both “retired” from acting and have “normal” lives now. Kristy had some mental issues which I think she addressed. Probably helps that she got out of the biz.

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  7. As if my disdain for Hollyweird could get any worse. Scumbags.

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  8. The work of God’s hand, helpless and innocent, being led to a lifetime/eternity of misery for our pleasure by Lucifer.

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  9. https://thoughtcatalog.com/janet-bloomfield/2014/11/6-reasons-the-allegations-of-abuse-against-lena-dunham-might-be-true/

    “4. Children exposed to graphic pornography are more likely to be abusers.
    Both of Dunham’s parents were employed in occupations that included graphic representations of human nudity. Her father was a painter who specialized in luridly colored depictions of human genitalia while her mother, a photographer, “filled the family home with nude pictures of herself, ‘legs spread defiantly.’” The effects of early childhood exposure to pornography (footnote viii) include the tendency for “kids to act out sexually against younger, smaller, and more vulnerable children.”

    Dunham’s parents made certain she was exposed to images any reasonable person would consider pornographic from a very young age, and that exposure is consistent with the alleged abuse of her younger, more vulnerable sister.”

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