Last week In Touch magazine reported that Amanda Bynes was waltzing around a tanning salon completely naked, aside from goggles, apparently incognizant to onlookers. However, Bynes has responded with venom to the report that she claims is entirely false, and plans to sue the mag, reports US Weekly.

Bynes told US Weekly that she'll be "suing In Touch for printing a fake story." Plus, in reaction the variety of negative press she has been getting lately, and potentially wanting to separate herself from others that have waltzed down that slippery slope that so many celebs manage to fall down, "I'm not 'troubled.' I don't get naked in public. I'm 26, a multi-millionaire, retired. Please respect my privacy." Retired at 26, that's the life, eh? Well, perhaps not if your every move is reported somewhere around the world. 

She really has had a tough time of recently, as she's also reportedly been ditched by her publicists, lawyers and managers, following a DUI and two hit and run charges. Bynes enjoyed a successful career with Nickelodeon as a teenager, but hit the climax of her career starring in She's the Man in 2006, and supporting in the 2007 movie adaptation of Hairspray, alongside John Travolta. In September Bynes told People that she would be retiring from acting, to instead further pursue a career in fashion.