Amanda Bynes RELEASED From Mental Health Facility Three Weeks After Erratic Behavior

Amanda Bynes has been released from a mental hospital more than 3 weeks after she was first admitted for treatment.

via: Daily Mail

The 37-year-old former All That actress departed the facility of her own volition, TMZ reported on Tuesday.

She had reportedly worked with the facility’s staff to determine that she was ready to get back to her regular routines.

Now she will be entering an outpatient treatment program to make sure that she maintains the progress that she has made while being treated.

She also get a sense of normalcy back, as she will reportedly go back to living in her own home.

Bynes had previously been under a conservatorship since 2013, but it was ended last year, so she will go back to having more freedom to make her own decisions.

TMZ previously reported that Bynes’ parents were not considering trying to set up another conservatorship, as she had been doing relatively well prior to her recent mental health crisis.

She was hospitalized after reportedly wandering the streets of the Greater Los Angeles area for four days straight after her car was towed in Long Beach on March 15.

During that period, she was apparently in a manic state, and spent some time walking around naked.

Amanda had been reported to have been spotted walking in the nude on the day that she entered the treatment facility, but a witness told TMZ that the She’s The Man star had flagged down a car to get help.

She was apparently cognizant of her mental state, and she called 911 to report that she was coming out of a psychotic state and needed assistance.

After she was picked up, Bynes was initially put under a 72-hour psychiatric hold, which was initially extended while her team at the mental health facility devised a treatment plan for her.

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