Amanda Bynes clarifies fiancé watched ‘MILF’ porn, not ‘mom-and-son’

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Judge Trudy has closed the case.

Amanda Bynes rolled back her stunning accusations against fiancé Paul Michael, saying in videos posted Thursday morning that she needed to issue a “correction” to her fans.

“Paul looked up MILFs. Moms and sons just popped up,” Bynes clarified on her Instagram Story while inside a car. “Also, I went to CVS, bought a drug test. Paul tested clean. Paul’s clean.

“Also, I had something in my teeth in the last video,” she added.

The “What a Girl Wants” star had claimed in videos posted overnight that Michael was watching “mom-and-son” porn and doing drugs, causing her to fear for her life.

“Paul told me that he stopped taking his medications. I looked at his phone and he was looking at mom-and-son porn. He vandalized his mom’s home,” she told her followers.

“He broke all of her pictures and put salmon under her bed,” she continued. “His behavior’s alarming, and I’m afraid of what he’ll do.”

Bynes, 36, also claimed she found Michael’s “stash” of “crack cocaine.”

“He’s been using for the past six months,” she alleged. “He needs serious help. I kicked him out of my house.”

Michael took to his own Instagram account to respond to Bynes’ claims, stating in a since-deleted video that he did not know “what the f–k she’s talking about.”

“Y’all gotta stop talking your s—t. … You guys don’t f–king know anything,” he added.

TMZ reported that Michael called the police on Bynes at 2:30 a.m. Thursday after she posted her initial multi-part Instagram Story and claimed she had been taking his Adderall and was out of control.

The former child star was freed from a nearly nine-year conservatorship in March.

Bynes’ attorney has yet to return Page Six’s requests for comment.

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