Amanda Bynes showed off her midriff and her engagement ring when she stepped out in Los Angeles on Friday. The actress, 36, wore a white crop top that read ‘Los Angeles, California’ across the front of it. Bynes’ blonde hair was tied back in a loose bun and swept off to the right in front of her face.  A thin bracelet encircled her right wrist as she walked out of the popular coffee shop. 

The She’s The Man actress accessorized with a white purse complete with a strap that wrapped across the front of her body.  The superstar walked out of a Starbucks with a venti ice coffee in her hand. At the time, Bynes accused him of using drugs, watching disturbing pornography and vandalizing his mom’s home following the explosive argument that led to a 9-1-1 call. 

The small engagement ring sat prominently on her left ring finger, a sign that she is still prepared to marry her fiancé Paul Michael, who she had a huge fight with back in late April. The troubled actress had taken to her Instagram stories to publicly claim he has stopped taking his medications and she declared she had ‘kicked him out’ of her house over his ‘alarming behavior’. 

‘I’m afraid of what he’ll do,’ Amanda said, alleging that she found his ‘stash of crack cocaine’ and that he had put ‘salmon under’ his mom’s bed. Right before her Instagram stories, Paul called police to their home at 2:30 a.m. during a verbal dispute with the star and accused her of taking his Adderall and calling her ‘out of control,’ according to TMZ.

The two reconciled just hours after the incident, and have been seen out together several times since the initial call. While her personal life went through some major strife in the last several months, she’s recently considered a career comeback as well. In May, 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.


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