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Amanda Bynes Accepting Phone Calls From Mom After Conservatorship Attempt

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Even though Amanda Bynes‘ mother Lynn tried to get a temporary conservatorship of her troubled daughter, the actress is still accepting phone calls from her and the two are talking, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.

Amanda is “absolutely aware of what is going on, and that her mother attempted to get a conservatorship of her. She doesn’t like it, but Amanda absolutely loves her mother. They have a complicated relationship, but they get along most of the time, and used to be very, very close,” a source told Radar.

“Before Amanda’s mental health issues became so dire, she used to say her mom was her best friend. Mother and daughter have been talking daily since Friday. Lynn has just tried to emphasize to Amanda that she just wants her to continue to get medical treatment.”

On Friday Judge Glen Reiser ordered a full investigation before ruling on Lynn’s petition to be come Amanda’s conservator.

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The judge determined that there was no need to grant a temporary conservatorship at this stage because Amanda will remain in a hospital for another two weeks. The judge also wants to speak to Amanda in person and set another hearing for August 9.

Perhaps Amanda is not angry at Lynn because her mom is considering dropping the conservatorship.

However, a source previously told Radar, “Lynn is ready to drop the petition to become Amanda’s temporary conservator, if her daughter agrees to continue to get medical treatment. Getting the conservatorship was a last-ditch effort for Lynn, in order to get Amanda medical treatment.

“It broke Lynn’s heart to have to do it, and she is really leaning toward dropping it.”

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It’s a strange twist to an already strange case and has left some wondering if Amanda will simply continue her bizarre antics if and when allowed her freedom.

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