Amanda Bynes will be released from her conservatorship after nine years. On Monday, a judge issued a tentative ruling, stating that the conservatorship is “no longer warranted,” effectively ending the former child actress’s court-ordered arrangement, which began in 2013. “I’m thrilled for her,” Amanda Bynes’ lawyer remarked. She’s ecstatic.” According to her attorney, David Esquibias, she will not be present at the future court. After appearing on Nickelodeon’s “All That,” Bynes rose to stardom and went on to star in a string of successful films in the early 2000s. She was committed to an involuntary mental facility after setting fire to her driveway in 2013. Meanwhile, her parents filed a conservatorship petition in court, and Bynes’ mother, Lynn Organ, was granted complete conservatorship in 2014.
Bynes is currently enrolled in college to study fashion design. According to a source close to the family, she had been staying in a facility that deals with drug addicts, alcoholics, and other medical problems since 2020. Bynes had been staying there due to a medical issue. Bynes displayed abnormal conduct in 2014 when she wrote a series of tweets accusing her father of being abusive, but afterwards revoked her statements, claiming that a microchip in her brain drove her to do so.
She was sent to a psychiatric facility in California shortly after, and she tweeted that she had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and that she was seeing a psychologist on a regular basis. “I just had no purpose in life,” Bynes admitted in an interview with People Magazine in 2018. I’d spent my entire life working and accomplishing nothing. Everything I’d fought so hard for my entire life had been ruined by Twitter.”
She also disclosed in her interview that she began smoking marijuana at the age of sixteen and used cocaine. She also stated that her 2010 film “Easy A,” in which she co-starred with Emma Stone, inspired her to leave the industry. When Bynes filed the petition to terminate her conservatorship in February, her mother’s lawyer stated that it was always “designed to be temporary,” and that “Lynn is incredibly delighted, thrilled, and proud of Amanda and ready to terminate this conservatorship based on the hard work Amanda has done.” It is expected that no objections will be raised at the next hearing, as her mother assisted her in completing the petition. Her pyschiatrist wrote in the report she “has no apparent impairment in alertness and attention, information and processing.”