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Amanda Bynes ‘looks healthy on outing’

Published 04/06/2015

Amanda Bynes
Amanda Bynes

Amanda Bynes was spotted out for the first time in months after dining with friends at West Hollywood restaurant Craig’s on Wednesday.

The 29-year-old She’s the Man actress has had a difficult few years, having been treated for mental illness in addition to being involved in a host of other tumultuous situations.

But Amanda appeared in peak health on Wednesday, when she was spotted out dining with friends at West Hollywood, California restaurant Craig’s.

This is the first time the star has been snapped out in public for several months. Amanda sported large sunglasses and her face was framed by long blond hair during this week’s outing.

Amanda’s mother Lynn Bynes has been in charge of her medical and financial decisions since 2013. And in February a judge in Oxnard, California ruled that Lynn’s conservatorship should continue until Amanda’s next hearing on June 23.

Amanda had been showing erratic behaviour towards her family and loved ones, and also claimed to be homeless towards the end of last year.

Most recently it was rumoured she’ll be joining the cast of Dancing with the Stars, but this hearsay remains unconfirmed.

The troubled star has previously accused her parents via Twitter of keeping her from her money. Amanda also used the social networking site to explain she has been diagnosed with manic depression and bipolar disorder, adding that she has been seeing a psychologist and psychiatrist every week.

However, in recent months Amanda has steered clear of the micro-blogging social network.

The star was released from a psychiatric facility on October 30, 2014.

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