Amanda Bynes Must Enter a Psychiatric Clinic Again, But She Refuses

The former child star resists to comply with the court order that forces her to be re-entered

Amanda Bynes.

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The stability that Amanda Bynes seemed to have found in her personal life in the middle of last year, when she finally finished her studies at the Institute of Fashion and Design of California and attended her graduation with the rest of her classmates, has not survived at the end of his brief marriage commitment to a man he met at the Alcoholics Anonymous meetings he has been attending.

The former youth star must now enter a psychiatric clinic by court order, according to the portal The Blast. Last Thursday there was a secret hearing framed by the legal guardianship under which the interpreter has remained for years, which was attended by both her parents and her former fiance, Paul Michael, who confirmed her break this weekend.

Apparently, the first ones would not approve of the ex-partner’s plans to go through the altar a few months after starting a new relationship and he would have felt overwhelmed by the situation and by fear of making a mistake that could get him in trouble with justice.

At first, Amanda would have accepted the judge’s decision and prepared to go to the center before the beginning of this week, but at the last moment she would have changed her mind and now she would be resisting moving.

The interpreter, on the other hand, shared an image with Paul on her Instagram account on Tuesday after deleting them all over the weekend without offering any explanation to put that post in context.