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Amanda Bynes Arrested For DUI — Inside Her Downward Spiral

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Sep. 29 2014, Updated 3:34 p.m. ET

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So much for a full recovery. Seven months after being placed on probation for a 2012 DUI arrest, Amanda Bynes was locked up by cops again on Sunday morning for yet another DUI. Only RadarOnline.com has all the details about her downward spiral — and why the troubled actress is no longer under the care of a conservatorship.

Bynes was arrested by the California Highway Patrol on September 28 at 4:10 am when officers “determined she was under the influence of a controlled substance,” according to E News. She was charged with a misdemeanor and released on $15,000 bail. She’s due back in court on Oct. 23.

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Bynes was placed on a three-year probation in February connected to a 2012 DUI arrest.

Now, sources tell Radar that the termination of her conservatorship could have precipitated her latest fall off the wagon.

According to a family source, "Amanda moved out of her parent's house after the conservatorship ended a few months ago."

Bynes’ mother Lynn was granted conservatorship of her troubled daughter after a parade of erratic and bizarre incidents, culminating in her hospitalization after setting a small fire in a neighbor’s driveway.

After the actress was released from treatment nearly a year ago, Lynn and their family attorney Tamar Arminak told Radar in statement, “Amanda has completed her inpatient rehabilitation and she’s feeling better every day.​

“She’s now looking at various colleges with the intention of majoring in fashion design,” the lawyer said.

But now, those plans could be on hold in light of her legal issues.

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