Actress Amanda Bynes get released three weeks after putting on Psychiatric hold


American Actress, Amanda Bynes has been released from a mental health facility after spending three weeks.

According to an unidentified source, Bynes told Newsmen she left a hospital in Southern California on Monday after both medical professionals and the actress determined she was ready.

Report claimed that Bynes will undergo outpatient treatment as she resumes normal activities.

However, the actress’s family has not spoken publicly about the situation.

Last month, Bynes was placed on a 5150 hold, which is when a person can be involuntarily held for psychiatric assessment and crisis intervention for up to 72 hours. The She’s the Man star was reportedly found wandering around downtown Los Angeles naked and alone when she came out of a psychotic episode. Bynes purportedly flagged a car down and asked for help herself. She was taken to a nearby police station, according to Newsmen, and a mental health team determined she needed to be placed on a 5150. The hold was reportedly extended and Bynes remained as an in-patient.

It would be recalled that Bynes has spoken out about battling a drug addiction to Adderall. In 2014, around when the Easy A star’s conservatorship was made permanent, Bynes claimed on Twitter that she had been diagnosed with bipolar affective disorder and manic depression, but later walked the statement back.

In March 2022, Bynes was released from a conservatorship after nine years with her parents support.

However, Bynes’s parents are not considering another conservatorship.