The streets of Los Angeles will be free of Amanda Bynes, for now at least.
A judge has denied the troubled starlet’s appeal to be released from an involuntary psych hold at mental health facility in Ventura County, Calif., RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
The judge — who conducted the hearing at the facility — cited the fact she is not stable on her medication and has not yet been formally diagnosed as the reasons for the decision, a source close to the situation revealed.
As Radar previously reported, 27-year-old Bynes was placed on a 5150 — a hold because someone is said to be a danger to themselves — after starting a fire in a Thousand Oaks driveway last week.
The starlet’s mom, Lynn, has petitioned to become her daughter’s conservator.
The ex-Nickelodeon star will now remain at the hospital until at least August 9, when a judge in probate court will rule on her mother’s request for conservatorship.