The American actress, Amanda Bynes would have been released from the psychiatric institution in which she was confined after three weeks ago she was found wandering naked through the streets of Los Angeles.
This April 11, TMZ reported, citing “close sources”, that the former Nickelodeon star left the center’s facilities located in southern California on Monday.
Supposedly, both Bynes and the medical staff determined that she was ready to go back to her normal life.
It is reported that she would now begin outpatient treatment, at the hands of specialists, to ensure that she stays on the right track.
The informants asserted that Amanda will reside in her own home, as she did prior to her hospitalization, and will maintain much of the independence she gained after nine years under guardianship.
What happened to Amanda Bynes?
On March 20, the aforementioned medium announced that Amanda Bynes had been placed in psychological retention during the early hours of the previous day.
A witness explained that the protagonist of ‘She’s the Man’, who was not wearing clothes, allegedly stopped a vehicle before dawn.
She, according to what she told the driver, had just suffered a psychotic episode and then proceeded to call the emergency number, 911.
Bynes, who was uninjured in the accident, was taken to a nearby police station, where a mental health team determined that she needed to be placed in psychiatric detention, it was said.
Shortly before, the actress canceled her appearance at the ’90’s Con’ convention, held in Connecticut and where she would be with her ‘All that’ co-stars, due to an unspecified illness.