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Amanda Bynes revealed she’s receiving therapy and resides in “transitional” housing following two months of treatment.
The troubled baby actress took to her Instagram on Saturday to supply an replace on her psychological well being, relationship standing and her skilled objectives.
“Spent the last 2 months in treatment. Worked on coping skills to help with my social anxiety that caused me to drop out of school months ago. Back on track and doing well!” the “She’s the Man” actress captioned a selfie.
Bynes, 34, went on to elucidate that she’s presently in “transitional living” and receiving therapy “during the week.”
The previous Nickelodeon star additionally knowledgeable her followers that she’s nonetheless engaged “to tha love of my life” Paul Michael, whom she launched her followers to on Instagram months in the past.
Bynes mentioned claimed she’s again to learning on the Vogue Institute of Design and Merchandising, which she beforehand attended. She mentioned she hopes to get a “4.0 GPA” and is in working her personal style enterprise at some point.
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“Looking forward to starting my online store in the future #goals,” she wrote.
Within the selfie posted to her account, Bynes’ heart-shaped face tattoo and nostril ring are seen. The star is carrying a white T-shirt that says the phrase “active” on it.
Again in March, Bynes left followers confused when she posted an ultrasound to her Instagram, claiming she was pregnant. On the time, she additionally claimed she was at a sober residing facility.
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The publish has since been deleted from her account. In an announcement to Fox Information on the time, the star’s lawyer, David Esquibias, instructed us, “Amanda is not pregnant and she is not residing in a sober living facility.”
Esquibias additionally spoke to Entertainment Tonight, saying, “She is sheltering in a safe location and is doing very well.”