“She left treatment in June and is currently living at a sober living facility. It’s truly just one day at a time for Amanda,” a source exclusively told Us Weekly earlier this month.
Sources close to the actress told The Blast that Bynes, 33, is “not doing well” and her family and doctors felt it necessary to coerce her into entering a the sober house bombshell came after the star.
Bynes — who’s long suffered with substance abuse and alcoholism — relapsed this January and entered rehab in Los Angeles. While she was, at the time, trying to make her way back to Hollywood, it all ended up being “too much, too soon.”
“FIDM graduate 2019 #fidmgraduation,” she captioned a photo of her with a pal after finishing fashion college.
That month, RadarOnline.com also learned the wild actress was being sued by Creative Care Inc., a mental health facility located in Woodland Hills, California, for allegedly failing to pay $2,500 for inpatient treatment. The suit was eventually dropped.
Before relapsing, Bynes celebrated three years of sobriety following a decade of mental health battles and drug addictions. Before entering rehab, however, RadarOnline.com learned the star ditched her longtime life coach.
Though Bynes seemed to be getting back on track after her stint in rehab, sources close to her say that’s not the case. Now, after being treated for drug addiction and mental health issues, Bynes is living in a sober house. It’s unclear when she will be released.