holy shit, I love it Amanda Bynes says microchip in brain allows people to read her thoughts Compiled by Tony Hicks firstname.lastname@example.org Posted: 10/08/2014 01:49:36 PM PDT7 Comments | Updated: about 4 hours ago Amanda Bynes wants money from all of you folks out there who are reading her mind through that pesky chip in her brain. C'mon, you guys. Seriously. Knock it off. Bynes' newfound charge into crazyville took a turn this week while she was hanging around a reporter from InTouch Weekly. Among the fascinating thing the "Hairspray" actress said is that she knows there's a microchip in her brain allowing people to read her thoughts. "I want a dollar a day from every person who (is) reading my mind." She really should wrap her head in a seven-pound ball of aluminum foil. Works for me. During the interview, InTouch reports, Bynes was "seemingly imbalanced." She allegedly talked to herself, took off her top to show off a nipple ring and rambled about her need for more plastic surgery. Amanda Bynes arrives at the premiere of "Semi-Pro" in Los Angeles on Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2008. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles) (Matt Sayles) Sounds like someone's parents need to fly to New York and get her back to the doctor, before none of this is funny anymore. Bynes reportedly bought diamond earrings while with the reporter, without bothering to look at the price tag. She also reportedly said she got straight As in psychology and said she'd thought of becoming a plastic surgeon. Bynes also told the reporter she has prescriptions for Adderall and medical marijuana, which she was allegedly using when she was arrested for DUI last month. She also talked about needing a nose job. "I look so hideous. Everyone can use a little plastic surgery." Some of us could use a lot of plastic surgery. But never mind me ... She also addressed her parents' legal conservatorship that allowed them to control her finances and other matters. "I was miserable living with them," she said. "I would have rather been in jail." Bynes was admitted to a mental health facility last year, after numerous legal matters and other bizarre episodes, including starting a fire on a neighbor's driveway. After months of treatment, she emerged seemingly in better health and enrolled in fashion school. Last month, after her parents' conservatorship ended, she was arrested on suspicion of DUI in Southern California. She recently flew to New York City. Reports emerged this week saying the 28-year-old is engaged to a 19-year-old employee of a bait shop in Costa Mesa. Contact Tony Hicks at Facebook.com/BayAreaNewsGroup.TonyHicks or Twitter.com/tonyhicks67.