Erratic behavior leads to extended Amanda Bynes conservatorship

The conservatorship for actress Amanda Bynes has now been extended until 2015 by a Los Angeles judge after the actress began showing more and more erratic behavior in the last few weeks. That ruling allows all financial decisions to be determined by Amanda’s parents Rick and Lynn Bynes, who have been in charge of the actress’s money since the original order for a conservator was granted earlier this year, according to Radar Online.

However, the order does not require Amanda to return to the mental health facility that she had checked herself into several weeks ago. Before the court proceedings began, Amanda went on a tweeting spree saying she was going to court to prove she was capable of handling her personal affairs and again blamed her father saying, “He’s humiliated by what he’s done.”

Late last month, Amanda accused her father of abuse, which the Bynes family has vehemently denied. This is the latest in a continuing dramatic fall from grace for the former child star who just a few years ago seemed to be on top of the world.

Just this summer, she was photographed on vacation in Mexico with her family and was regularly attending classes at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. Since then, it appears that she has reverted her to erratic ways that landed her into her conservatorship in the first place.

In 2013, Amanda got herself into more trouble after she threw a bong outside her apartment window in New York and was subsequently arrested. Bynes always claimed it was a vase that fell out the window, but nonetheless pleaded no contest to the charges. She would later be placed on a 51/50 involuntary psychiatric hold at a California hospital and would be released into the custody of her parents.

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