After being arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and two other offenses last Friday (not to mention getting held for a psych evaluation), Amanda Bynes has taken to Twitter to bash everyone from the NYPD to Rihanna, and now she's going after her parents.

Bynes is sticking to her story that a police officer sexually assaulted her (she claims he "slapped her va**na"), and she says she will also be taking legal action against her mother and father for mismanaging her finances.

The starlet wrote on Twitter:

    "... to say I wasn't offended being treated like a mental insane person/criminal on the night the cops illegally entered my apartment, found nothing, sexually assaulted me, then arrested me taking me to a mental hospital, then locking me up all night for no wrong doing us criminal on THEIR part.

    My lawyer and I are taking this mistake extremely seriously! You cannot illegally enter my apartment then take me to mental hospital without any grounds. I have never been so offended in my life. They found nothing criminal on me or around me, one cop then sexually assaulted me, so I'm suing for all of the above! I'll be happy when I get money compensation from the cop who assaulted me and NYPD for wrongfully arresting me and having me put into a mental hospital and jail overnight!

    I don't want to keep talking about it. My lawyer is taking care of it for me. My real friends don't talk about me on twitter.

    Also, never trust or listen to a word any person from my family says to the press. I am suing them for money laundering/unethical manager work, I never signed a contract with them, and they had been stealing my money without me knowing, claiming they were managing me somehow when they have no right to act as if they did anything to help or enhance my career and I want $ back that I earned on my own. I'm 27 and don't like when press talks to my parents. My parents are almost 70 years old. We are no longer on speaking terms. I would rather them be homeless than live off of my money."

Interestingly enough, when we asked X17 readers what you thought was best for Amanda, 44% of you said her parents should get a conservatorship, 31% said she should go to rehab, 17% of you said she should go to jail and 7% think she should stay free.