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Amanda Bynes Reportedly Told Publicist ‘I Don’t Want To Live Anymore’

Amanda Bynes has reportedly told a publicist she doesn’t “want to live anymore.”

Jonathan Jaxson told RadarOnline he believed the star was high on drugs when she called him Wednesday night and said she wanted to kill herself. “Amanda had called me and we had a private conversation,” said Jaxson, “But it was clear to me that she was high on drugs.”

Added the PR man, “Then, she said she didn’t want to live anymore. I took that as that she wanted to kill herself. I freaked out.”

A panicked Jaxson contacted the police by phone before tweeting the New York Police Department’s account with the message below:

“I just spoke to @AmandaBynes and she is soooo messed up on drugs and please @NY_POLICE find her and help her! I don’t know her address! @TMZ”

Jaxson says he later received a call from an officer explaining that Bynes was “fine.”

The publicist also revealed Bynes had previously told him about her desire to end her life. He tells RadarOnline this latest conversation was different:

“This time, I had a mental image of her in a bathtub, wanting to hurt herself. Then I saw a photo of her in her bathroom that she’d posted on Twitter. I freaked. I did not know what else to do.

“I thought consciously about it for a minute and decided to call the authorities. I thought, ‘I have to do something to save her.’ When someone tells you they don’t want to live anymore, that in itself would provoke anyone who cares. I know that Amanda is a person crying out for help.’

Many Twitter users are concerned that Amanda Bynes is undergoing a very public meltdown on the social media site. Over the past few days, the 26-year-old star has posted numerous pictures of herself in various states of undress, culminating in her tweeting topless pictures yesterday:

Bynes has responded by saying she’s done “nothing wrong,” and has already threatened to take legal action against media outlets that suggest otherwise:

“I’m suing every blog, every magazine, every news source that’s saying I’m doing anything wrong ‘erratic behavior’ is not me! I’m suing In Touch, Us Weekly, Perez Hilton for hiring paparazzi who follow me then take the worst photos with the worst angles.”

News that police had called at Amanda Bynes’ residence brought a concerned response on Twitter from Jenny McCarthy, who got an earful of abuse from Bynes for her gesture. The pair later made up.