Amanda Bynes shares life update and reveals big business venture after longtime conservatorship ends

Amanda Bynes shares life update and reveals big business venture after longtime conservatorship ends

AMANDA Bynes shared a life update and revealed her big business venture after her longtime conservatorship ended.

The 36-year-old’s nine-year conservatorship came to an end last month.


Now that Amanda has free will over her life decisions, the former actress has plenty of plans for the future.

She recently gave a rare life update while speaking to E! News, sharing: “I am continuing with my Bachelor's Degree at FIDM, majoring in Creative Industry Studies with a core in Beauty Marketing and Product Development.

"I am traveling to New York in June to work on developing a fragrance which will be ready to launch near the holidays."

A source close to the She’s the Man actress- who turned 36 on April 3- also told the outlet that she’s "very happy and has been enjoying her freedom this week."

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THE CONSERVATORSHIP

Back in February, Amanda filed paperwork asking to terminate the conservatorship.

She filed the petition just months after fellow entertainer Britney Spears was granted the end to her own conservatorship.

At the time, Page Six reported that Amanda asked for the outside control over her person and her estate to be terminated.

The Amanda Show alum also filed paperwork giving an update on her mental state from her doctor.

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A hearing to discuss Amanda's petition to terminate the conservatorship took place on March 22, where the legal agreement was officially ended.

This past September, Amanda's lawyer, David Esquibias, told Page Six that when the conservatorship was “no longer convenient" then it could be ended.

He also gave an update on his client, saying she was “doing really well, besides anxiety and trauma."

Amanda's parents- Lynn and Rick- acted as her conservators for almost a decade.

After Amanda filed to end the conservatorship, it was reported that her parents supported the decision.

GETTING BETTER

In June 2019, the Easy A actress graduated from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles.

Then in March 2020, Amanda was ordered to enter a psychiatric facility by the judge in her conservatorship case.

By December of that same year, the former child star was spotted for the first time in six months while out on a walk with her fianceé Paul Michael.

She wore her hair short and jet black with bangs, while the pair smiled as they enjoyed their day.

QUIET LIFE

Amanda kept a low profile until she announced her unexpected engagement announcement in February of 2020.

She shared a photo of her engagement ring at the time, writing: "Engaged to the love of my life."

Amanda and Paul reportedly met while attending Alcoholics Anonymous and became engaged after only two months of dating.

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She introduced her new man in a video to fans, while also apologizing to those she infamously slammed on Twitter in 2013 and to promise that she was a year sober at that point in 2020.

While Amanda's fans fell in love with her during her times on shows including All That and The Amanda Show, the star has not acted since her role in 2010's Easy A.



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