Entertainment

Amanda Bynes reveals she’s REMOVING her face tattoo and shows the results in new video amid Conservator battle

AMANDA Bynes revealed in a new video that she REMOVES her face tattoo and showed the results.

The 35-year-old asked the court last month to end her nine-year conservatorship.

Amanda Bynes announced that she is removing her face tattoo

7

Amanda Bynes announced that she is removing her face tattooPhoto credit: Instagram
And showed the results

7

And showed the resultsPhoto credit: Instagram
The video was made in the midst of their conservator fight

7

The video was made in the midst of their conservator fightPhoto credit: Instagram

Amanda doesn’t think her cheek tattoo is All That as the former Nickelodeon star revealed she’s removing it.

“Tattoo removal process…” she captioned an Instagram video on Wednesday as she filmed herself on a back patio.

Her heart-shaped black face tattoo was visible as Amanda sported a ponytail and red lipstick, along with a nose ring and clear-framed glasses.

She smiled slightly as she removed her glasses to reveal her black tattoo, which was slightly inked under her eye and appeared to have faded.

Sofa cushions and a fence could be seen behind her as the star, clad in a black vest and sweater, zoomed in and out with the camera.

The silent short video was made after she finished her conservatorship, which she had started in 2013.

Meet Amanda Bynes' parents
Amanda Bynes' Parents'SUPPORT' Decision As Star Files To Quit Conservatory

Amanda spoke about her legal settlement in a forward-looking Instagram video a day earlier.

“What’s wrong with Instagram? Amanda Bynes here,” the star said as she filmed herself in a bedroom. “My court date is in two weeks.

I want to thank you all so much for your love and support. Peace out,” tagging multiple news outlets in the otherwise uncapted description.

Comments were turned off on both videos, and in yesterday’s update, her heart-shaped tattoo looked more visible in black ink.

Amanda addressed her conservatorship in a previous video, and her tattoo looked bolder

7

Amanda addressed her conservatorship in a previous video, and her tattoo looked bolder

AMANDA SHOWS PROGRESS

In February 2022, Amanda filed for her conservatory to end — a move her parents reportedly support.

Amanda’s mother, Lynn, currently serves as the star’s conservator.

Amanda’s attorney, David A. Esquibias, told TMZ that the star’s decision to finish her conservatory took years while she had her parents’ full support.

He also insisted the move wasn’t inspired by Britney Spears’ recent conservatory lawsuit, noting that Amanda has been working to settle the case for the past year.

Amanda’s attorney said her conservatory was never intended to last her entire life and everyone involved hoped it would end.

Additionally, Amanda and her parents noted that she has made significant progress in managing her bipolar disorder over the past two years.

She reportedly received important structure and support in her life from attending AA – where she met her fiancé, Paul Michael – while sober for the past three or four years.

Amanda is a graduate student at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles, getting good grades while working toward a bachelor’s degree.

The outlet said the former child star is focused on using fashion as a creative outlet.

She also hopes to develop fragrances in the future, as the bio of her burgeoning Instagram page supports, captioned:

“Check back for updates on new fragrances!”

DIFFICULT CHAPTER

In July 2013, Amanda was hospitalized as part of a 72-hour psychiatric evaluation following a home fire incident.

Her parents were applying for conservatoire at the time, and her mother was granted temporary control of Amanda’s affairs.

The following year, Amanda accused her father of molestation via Twitter. Both of her parents adamantly denied the claims, which Amanda later admitted never happened.

She claimed a “microchip” made her say those things online, after which her mother regained control of Amanda’s assets.

In August 2018, the conservatorship was extended until at least 2020.

Back in March 2020, Amanda was ordered by the judge in her guardianship case to enter a mental health facility.

Then, in December of that year, Amanda was seen for the first time in six months while out with her husband.

That same year, Amanda announced her sobriety and publicly apologized for the allegations she made about her parents.

A hearing to discuss Amanda’s request to terminate conservatoire is currently scheduled for March 22.

In November 2021, Britney was released from her 13-year conservatorship after a long legal battle.

Amanda Bynes revealed in a new video that she is removing her face tattoo

7

Amanda Bynes revealed in a new video that she is removing her face tattooPhoto credit: Instagram
It came amid their conservatorship court battle and their parents are reportedly supporting its end

7

It came amid their conservatorship court battle and their parents are reportedly supporting its endPhoto credit: Getty
She met her fiancé, a man named Paul Michael, in AA

7

She met her fiancé, a man named Paul Michael, in AAPhoto credit: Instagram

We pay for your stories!

Do you have a story for The US Sun team?

https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/celebrities/17901759/amanda-bynes-face-tattoo-removal-photos-video-conservatorship/ Amanda Bynes reveals she’s REMOVING her face tattoo and shows the results in new video amid Conservator battle

Ashley

USTimeToday is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – admin@ustimetoday.com. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button