Amanda Bynes threatens to sue New York police 

The New York cops are denying accusations made by Amanda Bynes that officers "slapped" her vagina and otherwise trampled on her rights when they arrested her last week for allegedly tossing a bong out of her apartment window.

Deputy Commissioner Paul J. Browne told TMZ that they found "no evidence to corroborate" her story and a civilian who witnessed the entire arrest said nothing unprofessional occurred.

Still, Bynes used Twitter to threaten a lawsuit: "I'm so offended but I'm also so educated that I know cops cannot illegally enter my apartment, sexually harass me, arrest me, take me to a MENTAL HOSPITAL, then lock me up for a crime I didn't commit... Thankfully I'm an educated multi-millionaire who knows better than to speak to perverted unjust cops without my lawyer."

Bynes was indeed submitted for a psychiatric evaluation amid fears that she is suffering from bipolar disorder or the onset of schizophrenia.

Love me two times

While everyone is watching the Liberace biopic "Behind the Candelabra," which is about the pianist's torrid relationship with a man 40 years his junior, 70-year-old Calvin Klein has been having a reunion with his own 23-year-old boy toy.

According to the New York Post, Nick Gruber split up with the designer in 2012 after Gruber was arrested on charges of cocaine possession and assault. Gruber then threatened to write a tell-all about Klein, who is a whopping 47 years his senior.

Now Gruber has allegedly nixed his plans for a book, and the pair have been seen frolicking down in Mexico. A representative for Klein says they are just friends, though another source tells the Post, "Despite all that has happened, and everything that he has done, he still loves Nick."

Can't wait for the HBO movie!

Don't mess with Pee Wee

Pee-Wee Herman, aka Paul Reubens, is a party pooper because he has allegedly sent a cease-and-desist notice to the man who wants to create a festival in Louisville, Ky., in his honor.

Will Russell, who co-founded the awesome Lebowski Fest, was told by Reubens' lawyers that he is not allowed to use the Pee-Wee name in any way, effectively putting the kibosh on the planned "Tequila" dance party and marching band he had scheduled for the day.

"Fans like me ... really want an opportunity to step forward to be like, 'We like Pee-Wee Herman,'" Russell told the Louisville Courier-Journal. "It's really disappointing we can't do that." Well, after all, Pee-Wee is a loner ... a rebel.

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More Amanda Bynes fodder: She claims that all her tweets dissing Rihanna were done by an imposter.

Neighbors again called the cops on Justin Bieber for zipping around at "breakneck" speeds in his Ferrari on their quiet Calabasas street.

Dan Harmon, quirky creator of the show "Community," is reportedly in talks to return to the show, which has weakened since his departure.

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• Composer Danny Elfman is 60.

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