Amanda Bynes’ guardianship has been extended until 2023, according to legal documents obtained by Us weekly.
The outlet reports that documents it accessed yesterday (Monday, September 13) show a judge ruled that Bynes should remain in court protection for at least two years.
Court records indicate that the mother of the 35-year-old, Lynn Bynes – who is the curator of the star – itssubmitted a situation report in July.
After reviewing the case, a judge ruled that Bynes’ guardianship would be extended until March 2023.
Us Weekly reports that her mother is due to file another situation report by January 25, 2023, for the court to consider whether Bynes is still doing well under his tutelage.
The former Nickelodeon star was first placed under temporary guardianship in August 2013, following mental health and drug addiction issues – as well as legal issues, including being detained in July 2013 after allegedly starting a fire in the driveway of a stranger.
Her mother received guardianship again the following year, and in 2018 documents were submitted for it to continue until 2020.
Later in 2018 she said Paper, that she had been sober for four years with the help of her parents.
Referring to a series of social media posts, Bynes said: “I am really ashamed and embarrassed about the things I have said.
“I can’t go back in time, but if I could, I would. And I’m so sorry for those I hurt and for those I lied to because it really pisses me off. It makes me feel so horrible and sick to my stomach and sad.
“Everything I’ve worked for my whole life, I kind of messed it up through Twitter. It’s definitely not Twitter’s fault – it’s my fault.
“I went through the worst and came out the other side and survived it, so I feel like it’s only from here. “
Speaking of her drug addiction which plunged her into a “drug-induced psychosis,” Bynes Aid said that around the time she starred in the film Hair spray, she said she remembered “reading an article in a magazine that [called Adderall] the new weight loss pill and they were talking about how women take it to stay slim. “
She added: “When I was doing Hall pass, I remember being in the trailer and I used to chew Adderall tablets because I thought they made me [more] haute [that way].
“I remember chewing on a bunch of it and literally getting brainless and not being able to focus on my lines or to memorize them besides.
“I remember seeing my image on the screen and literally tripping and thinking my arm looked so big because it was in the foreground or something and I remember rushing off the set and to have thought: “Oh my god, I look so bad”. “
Bynes’ lawyer, David Esquibias, told Us Weekly in 2020 that her client was “in a treatment center for stress and anxiety,” later adding, “She’s not there for drug or alcohol issues.”
45secondes.fr reached out to Esquibias for comment.
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