It looks like Amanda Bynes is ready to take the next step in her life and she is starting to complete her conservatorship and she is doing so with the support of her parents.
According to TMZ, Amanda filed paperwork in Los Angeles on Wednesday ending her 9-year conservatorship. After a series of episodes that highlighted her battle with mental health, she was placed in the conservatory for the first time in 2013. She was temporarily placed in a mental institution and cared for by her parents after her release.
After Britney Spears was recently released from her conservatorship, Amanda's attorney, David A. Esquibias, made it clear that Amanda's decision to end her conservatorship took years and before the #FreeBritney movement. Speaking to TMZ, he also shared that Amanda has her parents' support. Amanda's guardianship was not established for the rest of her life and was due to end at some point, and over the past two years her parents have made significant progress.
Along with being sober for the past few years, she also attended the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising while working on her bachelor's degree.
Amanda's attorney shares that she worked with her parents to achieve a common goal when it came to their guardianship.
As we previously reported, a judge ruled last November to end Britney Spears' conservatorship after 13 years. She fought her own father in court as she spoke about her alleged experiences during the 13-year period.