Amanda Bynes: Months of Hospitalization Ahead?
It’s been a rough road for Amanda Bynes since setting a small driveway fire last month, and it sounds like she may spend the rest of 2013 in the hospital.
According to a report, the troubled “Hairspray” actress has been staying in a private psychiatric facility for four weeks, and on September 30th a judge will determine her conservatorship case, including whether or not her mother will be in charge of her affairs.
An insider shared that doctors have "been observing Amanda, and there has been some improvement…however, her diagnosis is complex, and the appropriate drug cocktail to treat her hasn’t been achieved yet.”
“Therefore, her treatment team believes Amanda would benefit from prolonged treatment at UCLA, for at least the rest of the year. She has her good days and bad days, and the goal is obviously to get her therapeutic and stable before being released. Lynn needs to be granted permanent conservatorship because Amanda wouldn’t agree to continue with treatment.”
Meanwhile, Daniel Hermann of Chinga Chang records has offered Amanda $250,000 to sign with his label.
“I’ve talked with Amanda a few times and she wants out. She sounded normal, lucid, chill and focused. My record offer to Amanda has not changed one bit in terms of the vision. Part of hip hop is not only struggling, but how one gets out of them. And that is what makes great music!”
“I believe Amanda can work out her issues outside of a treatment center and I’m willing do anything in my power to make that a reality…even fund it. Lynn knows I care about Amanda getting better before we hit the studio. I’m a fan. But so far no word back from Lynn.”