Police have found "no evidence" to support Amanda Bynes' claims that she was sexually harassed by an officer during her arrest last week, the New York Police Department said Tuesday.
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"Internal Affairs investigators have found no evidence to corroborate Ms. Bynes' allegations," the NYPD said in a statement. "To the contrary, a credible civilian witness who was with the officers throughout told investigators that none touched Ms. Bynes inappropriately or otherwise engaged in misconduct at any time."
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Last Thursday, Bynes was arrested after police said she threw a bong out her apartment window and was seen smoking a joint in the complex lobby. After her release the next morning, Bynes shared her version of the incident, which included an officer "slapping her vagina" and claims that the police fabricated the alleged bong-toss. Bynes then shared her plans to sue both the NYPD "for illegally entering my apartment, lying about drugs on me and lying about me tampering with non-existent drug paraphernalia" and her apartment complex for lying about her smoking in the building.
Bynes, who's due in court July 9, faces charges of unlawful possession of marijuana, reckless endangerment and tampering with evidence.