Amanda Bynes’ conservatorship reportedly extended to 2023

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Former teen icon Amanda Bynes has completely disappeared, as the reclusive star received unsettling news about her conservatorship.

Amanda Bynes has reportedly had her conservatorship extended another two years, but her lawyer claims she is “comfortable” with the arrangement.

The former teen star, 35, will remain under the care of the court and her doctors until March 2023, according to legal documents obtained by The Blast.

The website reports information surrounding the decision is under seal, including a report which details up-to-date information on her condition and treatment.

However, Bynes’ lawyer, David Esquibias, told news.com.au that reports about her conservatorship being extended were not entirely correct.

“Rather, a status report on her health and general wellbeing is due in March of 2023, IF Ms Bynes remains conserved,” Mr Esquibias said.

“The conservatorship could end any time with court approval. For now, the conservatorship extends only over Ms Bynes (as a) person, meaning her health care, and does not extend over her finances.

“For now, Ms Bynes is comfortable with the conservatorship and her mother (Lynn Organ), who is the conservator.”

Bynes has been under a conservatorship – similar to that of Britney Spears – since 2013 when her life began to unravel.

The actress, who hasn’t appeared on screen since the 2010 movie Easy A, has gone off the grid and hasn’t posted on Instagram since September last year.

It is understood she is living at a private residence in California after spending time in a sober living facility last year.

Bynes became engaged to her fiance, Paul Michael, who it’s understood she met in rehab, in February 2020. A month later, reports circulated they had already split.

However, Michael told E! News in a rare interview in December that their relationship was going strong.

“We’re doing great,” he said. “We go on walks and work every day, like to get coffee, and talk about living together one day.

“We take good care of each other and we’re understanding of one another and she is a good listener and we’re there for each other.”

After the release of Easy A, Bynes took to Twitter to declare she was retiring from showbiz.

This was after she had finished filming – and was subsequently sacked – from the 2011 movie Hall Pass with Owen Wilson, in what was set to be her first breakout adult role.

“If I don’t love something anymore, I stop doing it. I don’t love acting anymore, so I’ve stopped doing it. I know 24 is a young age to retire, but you heard it here first,” she wrote at the time.



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