Amanda Bynes thanks fans for supporting her effort to end conservatorship


Amanda Bynes has been in charge of conservatorship since 2013. Under the legal agreement, her mother controls all of her personal and medical decisions as well as her financial affairs.

Actress Amanda Bynes will go to court to ask a judge to end her conservatorship on March 22.

The 35-year-old has been in conservatorship since 2013, meaning her mother Lynn controls all of her personal and medical decisions – as well as her financial affairs.

The conservatorship was scheduled to end in 2020, but last September it was extended until January 2023.

Amanda wants it to be ended sooner rather than later and filed last month, to end the legal agreement.

And ahead of her court date, the American star – who has acted in a number of teen movies and chick flicks throughout the 1990s and 2000s – thanked her loyal followers for their support.

The former child star posted a short video of herself on Instagram on Monday, where she spoke in front of the camera to share how grateful she is for the support.

Amanda Bynes thanked her fans for supporting her


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“What’s on Instagram. Amanda Bynes,” she began.

Amanda – who started her career as a child actress, doing the Nickelodeon sketch comedy series All That – continued: “My court date is coming in two weeks. I want to thank you all for your love and support. Peace out.”

Page six reported in February that Amanda had requested the end of both conservatorship to her people and property in a petition filed in California.

She also filed a competency statement, which requested updated records regarding Amanda’s mental health from a medical professional.

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She has been under management since 2013


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Her attorney David A. Esquibias confirmed the news in a statement, and tell everyone : β€œAmanda wants to terminate her conservatorship. She believes her condition has improved and that court protection is no longer needed.”

NBC News previously stated that Amanda’s parents are happy that she wants to close the legal settlement.

The Outlet reports that while Amanda’s parents do not plan to attend the upcoming virtual hearing, they support her decision to end the agreement.

“Parents are delighted and moved to receive this good news,” said Bynes’ family attorney, Tamar Arminak, told Publications. “Experts say she is ready to make her own life choices and decisions and are very proud of her. They 100% support her decision to end her conservatorship.”

Back in 2013, Amanda was arrested for allegedly setting fire to a fire in the driveway of a California home, which resulted in her 72-hour detention in an involuntary mental health facility while conducting a mental health assessment.

Amanda with parents Rick and Lynn Bynes



The agreement is an urgent temporary conservatorship.

However, in October 2014, her mother was once again granted conservatorship to Amanda after the She’s The Man actress was arrested for DUI, among other things.

The following month, Amanda shared on social media that she had been diagnosed with manic and bipolar depressive disorder.

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