Judge ends conservatorship of Amanda Bynes

CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES.- The guardianship with which he was the last years Amanda Bynes has come to an end after a judge put an end to it this Tuesday, after the request of the actress in February.

Guardianship is no longer necessary or required, which is why the petition to terminate it is granted.said the judge Roger Lund the ventura county in the short hearing that did not last more than five minutes.

Amanda was not in the room when the judge’s decision was announced. At the end of the audience the robe said: “Congratulations to Miss Bynes, and good luck”,

Lynn Bynes, The mother of the former movie star was in charge of looking after her daughter’s health and economic interests and did not object to the petition ending.

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Last month after the application was made, Bynes’s parents’ lawyer said: “The parents are happy, delighted to receive this good news.”

It was learned that one of the reasons for releasing the actress from guardianship was because professionals say that she is ready to make her own decisions and life choices.

Bynes’ request was made months after a judge placed him Britney Spears’ 13-year conservatorship ends.