Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 4 October 2015

Amanda Bynes ‘moving on’

Published 16/03/2014

Amanda Bynes
Amanda Bynes

Amanda Bynes is reportedly "determined" to stay sober.

The 27-year-old actress has been doing well since leaving rehab in December, after being

hospitalised when she was placed under an involuntary psychiatric hold.

Amanda is now living in Thousand Oaks with her parents Rick and Lynn Bynes and is studying at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Orange County.

With everything getting back on track, the blonde star is said to be feeling confident about her future.

"Amanda is determined to stay sober. She admits she's made a lot of mistakes but is determined to move on and make positive changes for her future," a source told British magazine Closer.

"She's happy to leave Hollywood life for good."

Along with remaining clean, Amanda is also said to want to get back into the dating game.

Sources recently reported her parents are trying to find their daughter a possible male suitor, but he has to pass some tests before striking up a relationship with her.

"Amanda is in a state where someone could come in and take advantage of her, so her parents are trying to find dates through friends," a source explained to National Enquirer magazine.

"Her parents are very protective. They won't let Amanda date just anyone - bad boy types need not apply!"

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