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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2014

Parents Check Amanda Bynes Into Mental Institution for Schizophrenic Tendencies

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Amanda Bynes is showing signs of ‘severe mental illness’, according to new

reports.

Doctors at her psychiatric centre have made an initial assessment that the

actress is suffering from ‘schizophrenic tendencies’.

A photo has emerged showing the former Hairspray star hiding under a

white sheet as she is wheeled between buildings by staff at the centre in

Ventura, California.

Bynes remains under involuntary hold following an incident where she alle-

gedly started a fire in an elderly woman’s driveway.

According to a detailed TMZ report Bynes allegedly acts normally for up to

ten hours at a time, but then becomes irrational and incoherent.

When learning that her pet dog was being cared for by her parents the 27-

year-old apparently became convinced they would harm it.

Her anxiety led to her suffering an episode in which she became so upset she

had to be physically restrained.  Bynes has also been allocated her own room

at the centre, after she allegedly began berating her room mate.  However

despite her strange behaviour Bynes has reportedly tested negative for all

illegal drugs except marijuana.

Following her recent troubles the former Nickelodeon star’s parents headed

to court on Thursday to seek conservatorship over their daughter.  TMZ re-

vealed that Rock and Lynn Bynes filed court documents asking a California

judge to impose a conservatorship due to their daughter’s apparent mental

illness.

It is not yet clear which aspects of her life her parents are seeking to control,

and the conservatorship could cover both personal and financial issues.

In California the proposed conservator must show that the conservatee is

unable to care for themselves, and is a danger to others.  Bynes allegedly

used a canister of gasoline to fuel a fire outside an elderly woman’s home

near her parent’s home in Thousand Oaks, California on Monday night.

Her pet dog was doused in gasoline during the incident, although was un-

harmed.

Bynes’s parents ‘are hopeful that the judge will take the incident into con-

sideration’, a source told Radar.  ‘Her behavior is completely unpredictable,

and she needs long term mental health help,’ the source said.

Bynes will not face criminal charges over the incident, as prosecutors jud-

ged her behaviour that of a mentally ill person.

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