Amanda Bynes wants out of her conservatorship after nearly 9 years of supervision


The actress went under conservatorship in 2013, while she was undergoing court-ordered psychiatric care. Photo: TNS

Amanda Bynes filed documents last week with the Ventura County Superior Court seeking to end the conservatorship she’s been under since 2013.

After filing a capacity declaration on Feb 22, the 35-year-old actor put in a petition the next day to terminate the conservatorship of her person and her estate, the Los Angeles Times has confirmed.

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