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The 'Easy A' star's mother Lynn Bynes tells media that her daughter had no history of mental illness, adding, 'She has never been diagnosed as schizophrenic or bipolar.'
The actress, who recently celebrated her 28th birthday, shows her bikini body in some pictures taken during her vacation to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
The 'Easy A' star, who reportedly goes to Mexico for a holiday with her parents, is photographed at a hotel's pool wearing green bikini.
The 'Easy A' actress has sent her first tweet in months, telling her fans that she is busy with her study at the Fashion Institute for Design and Merchandising.
A judge has sentenced the 'Easy A' star to three years of probation and she is required to attend a 3-month alcohol education program as well as pay some fines.
Bynes' lawyer says that the former Nickelodeon star has agreed to continue counseling so that she does not need to go to jail over bong-throwing case last summer.
After expressing her desire to study fashion, the 'Easy A' actress reportedly has enrolled in the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Orange County.
The tragic deaths of some beloved stars and celebrities' love affairs are among stories which caught people's attention in the year of 2013.
The ex-Nickelodeon actress accompanies her parents as they walk their furry pets in the neighborhood of their home in Thousand Oaks, California.
The 'Easy A' star will stay with her parents while continuing her outpatient treatment and plans to study fashion design to pursue her dream career as a designer.
A judge declares that the 'Easy A' actress is mentally stable enough to fully comprehend the nature of the legal proceedings.
According to Amanda's mother Lynn Bynes, 'almost 99 percent of the things written about my daughter in various media outlets are false or misleading.'
The 'Easy A' actress has been moved to a rehab facility in Malibu and 'is making great strides towards recovery.'
Being unfit to stand trial, her lawyer is working on a settlement of her bong reckless endangerment case.
The judge refers the case to the mental health court after Richard Hutton 'declared a 1368 PC [Penal Code] hearing to declare a doubt to mental competency.'