Amanda Bynes has regained control of her personal finances after stepping away from the spotlight for several years and getting healthy, People reports.
The “What A Girl Wants” actress’s personal and financial affairs have been looked after by her mother, Lynn, for the past three years, but in March, the court deemed Bynes fit to handle her own finances. Lynn, who petitioned for the move back in October, will still act as the conservator over Bynes’s personal affairs, including medical decisions.
“The court felt, based on Amanda’s progress and her great relationship with her parents, there was no longer a need for court supervision of Amanda’s money and she and her family can handle her financial affairs privately,” her conservatorship attorney Nyree Kolanjian told People.
Following a string of bizarre incidents that landed the former child star in multiple psychiatric holds, a fresh-faced Bynes re-entered the spotlight for the first time in four years with a Hollyscoop interview Friday.
Amanda Bynes is sober and wants to get back into acting
There, she revealed that she is three years sober, and hopes to return to acting on the small screen in the near future.
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