Former child star Amanda Bynes stopped by Starbucks in Los Angeles on Tuesday to purchase two to-go drinks. The 36-year-old retired actress was dressed down in a grey T-shirt, blue skinny jeans, and white high-top sneakers for her errands.
Amanda accessorized her daytime attire with a white cross-body bag, b&w-patterned sunglasses, septum piercing, and a long white manicure. Newly-blonde Bynes was said to have been in the process of lasering off the heart tattoo below her right eye, but it looked dark as ever on Tuesday.
The SoCal native was noticeably not wearing her engagement ring as she headed into her Range Rover. Amanda and her on/off fiancé Paul Michael got engaged on Valentine’s Day 2020 mere months after meeting at a former sober living home.
On April 28, Bynes called 911 on her 31-year-old partner during a dispute over him relapsing and she accused him of vandalizing his mother’s home, looking at MILF porn, and being off his meds.
The eyebrow-raising incident happened four days after the couple dropped her rap song Fairfax featuring Paul, which was produced by Yung Yogi. Last month, Amanda said it would be ‘a great idea’ to reboot The WB sitcom What I Like About You, in which she portrayed Holly Tyler for four seasons spanning 2002-2006. ‘I don’t miss acting but I loved this show,’ Bynes told TMZ on May 22.
‘So I’d be down to return to acting for this revival. It would be a great experience to continue the show.’ Co-creators Wil Calhoun and Dan Schneider’s dismally-reviewed series about two sisters also starred Jennie Garth, Simon Rex, Wesley Jonathan, Leslie Grossman, Michael McMillian, Nick Zano, and Allison Munn.
The SAG Award nominee has been developing a ‘fragrance line’ as she pursues another degree at Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising after earning her associate’s degree there in 2019.
Amanda is free as a bird after Ventura County Superior Court Judge Roger L. Lund agreed on March 22 to finally end her nine-year legal conservatorship controlled by her mother Lynn.
Bynes’ conservatorship began in 2013 when she was involuntarily committed to a Pasadena psychiatric treatment facility following a very public meltdown involving a string of bizarre run-ins with the law dating back to 2012.
Among the Easy A actress’ offenses were two hit-and-runs and a DUI in 2012, as well as a 2013 arrest for throwing a bong out of a window of the 36th floor of her Manhattan apartment.