The She is a man The star was initially placed under temporary conservatorship in August 2013 after suffering from several mental health and substance problems.
However, her mother, Lynn, Bynes’ conservator, asked the judge to extend legal guardianship. It has been continued a number of times since then, most recently in September in two years.
However, on Tuesday (February 22), Bynes filed a declaration of capacity in Ventura County Superior Court in California. This document represents an up-to-date assessment of the conservator’s mental state and is a required document to be used in California preservation cases.
The next day (Wednesday, February 25), the 35-year-old filed court documents demanding an end to conservatorship over both her person and her estate.
A hearing is scheduled for March 22.
In a statement shared with Everyone, the lawyer for former child star David A Esquibias said: “Amanda wants to end her conservatorship. She believes her condition has improved and that court protection is no longer needed.”
Bynes was first arrested in July 2013 after she allegedly started a small fire in a stranger’s driveway. She was hospitalized for 72 hours, during which time her parents applied for conservatorship.
In 2018, A point easily The actor says she has been sober for four years with the help of her parents.
Talking to Paper, she said: “I am really ashamed and embarrassed with the things I have said. I can’t turn back time, but if I could, I would.”
Bynes began her career as a child actress on the children’s channel Nickelodeon, where she starred in her own series. The Amanda show from 1999 to 2002.
She went on to star in a number of popular teen movies, including Big fat liar, What does the girl want?, Sidney White and A point easily.
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