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Amanda Bynes: Her guardianship has officially ended

Amanda Bynes
Her guardianship has officially ended

Amanda Bynes at the 2011 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles

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A court has terminated Amanda Bynes’ guardianship. For the past nine years, mother Lynn Organ has been considered the actress’ legal guardian.

Amanda Bynes, 36,’s guardianship by her mother Lynn Organ has officially ended. After nine years, on March 22, 2022, a court in Oxnard, California, restored the former star to his independence. This is reported, among other things, by the British tabloid “The Sun”.

Amanda Bynes’ guardianship has ended

The hearing lasted less than ten minutes. Bynes’ parents also supported the motion. Judge Roger Lund found that Bynes, who suffers from bipolar disorder, did everything the court asked for and did so over a long period of time.

Guardianship is therefore “no longer necessary,” the judge acknowledged. He then congratulated Bynes: “Congratulations Ms. Bynes and fantastic job by everyone!”

Bynes attracted attention in 2013 with her behavior

The actress, known from “Hairspray” or “Easy to Have”, was noticed in 2013 by unusual behavior. Among other things, she had started a small fire in a driveway. She was then placed in a psychiatric clinic, and her mother took over guardianship.

Amanda Bynes had to appear before the criminal court in New York in 2013.  She was charged with illegal possession of marijuana.

Amanda Bynes had to appear before the criminal court in New York in 2013. She was charged with illegal possession of marijuana.

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Incidentally, Bynes’ efforts had nothing to do with the sensational process of Britney Spears, 40, and her guardianship. Her lawyer, David A. Esquibias, assured TMZ that the end of her guardianship had been planned for years.

Sources used: thesun.co.uk, tmz.com

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