Amanda Bynes Is Sued For Not Paying For Two-day Stay In Mental Health Facility

Priyansh Ha |Jun 13, 2019

A South California health metal center has filed a lawsuit against the American actress Amanda Bynes for not paying for her two-day treatment.

Recently, the Creative Care Treatment Center, known for providing ‘luxury’ treatment services for mental disorders or substance use, has filed a lawsuit against the American actress Amanda Bynes for not paying for her two-day treatment.

According to the Southern California mental health center, the retired actress stayed at their residential treatment wing on February 21 and 22 for the inpatient treatment. As their monthly treatment rate is $37,000, she will have to pay $2,466 for a two-day stay.

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Amanda Bynes Is Under A Conservatorship Just Like Britney Spears

In fact, Bynes has been undergoing treatments due to her drug battle and mental health relapse. Earlier, the actress who suffered from her turbulent years was reported to be under a conservatorship, just like her celeb neighbor Britney Spears.

According to the arrangement with Bynes, she has relinquished control of her important life decisions to her mother Lynne while remaining the control of her financial matters.

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Source: E! News

She Is Doing Great And Working On Herself

On the work front, the actress was last seen on film in 2010 with the comedy Easy A which also featured Penn Badgley and Emma Stone. After taking a long break from film, she has been working as a fashion designer for over the past few years.

After finishing the designing course at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, she made a big comeback with her own vintage clothing line.

According to her attorney Tamar Arminak, Amanda Bynes was 'doing great, working on herself, and taking some well-deserved time off.'

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Source: SELF Magazine

She Wishes To Come Back To Shows

Rising to prominence as a child star in the late 1990s and early 2000s with All That and The Amanda Show, the 33-year-old actress’s career started to be in the soup with marijuana and molly at the age of 16. In a rare public appearance last year, Bynes said that she wishes to return to shows in the same way she did as a kid.


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