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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.'
Amanda reportedly has to pay $3,500 a day for her treatment and living expenses in psychiatric facility.
The 'Easy A' actress' lawyer says, 'She is at the UCLA Medical Center with no access to phones or computers,' after her Twitter got updated with 'I love Drake' post.
Amanda apparently is going to stay at psychiatric facility for another 60 days to stabilize her condition before her doctors transfer her care to her mother.
Amanda, who previously was treated in a facility in Ventura County, reportedly has been transferred to UCLA Medical center to continue her psychiatric treatment.
Ventura County Superior Court Judge Glen Reiser has granted a temporary conservatorship requested by Amanda's parents while the 'Easy A' star is now put on 30-day psychiatric hold.
The 'Successful' rapper comments on Amanda's tweets to him in a magazine interview, saying, 'I guess it's a little weird and disturbing.'
Amanda's appeal to be released from involuntary psychiatric hold has been denied by a judge, who agrees with her doctors that there is a chance she will not take her medication when she's out.
In addition, there are some pictures which allegedly show a trashed hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton in NYC, where she stayed before getting booted.
The older Bynes, Rick and Lynn, are worried for their daughter's safety because of her paranoia, possible drug problems and obsession with plastic surgery.
A judge orders the former Nickelodeon star to stay in the hospital for two more weeks, following doctors' advice on the matter.
A hearing to determine whether or not the 'Easy A' actress is capable of handling her own affairs is scheduled for Friday, July 26.