Two months out of rehab and Amanda Bynes is "doing great," her attorney said this week.
The troubled starlet is getting her life back on track after spending six month in a rehabilitation center after dealing with a slew of legal and emotional problems, but sources say she's on the road to recovery.
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"Everything is fine," her attorney Bob Wilson told People
magazine on Thursday. "She's doing great."
A 2012 DUI was just the beginning of Bynes' legal troubles and public downfall. Things came to a head in July, though, when the 27-year-old former Nickelodeon star was picked up by police and forcibly hospitalized on a 5150 hold after setting a small fire in the driveway of a Los Angeles-area home near her parents' house.
She was diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder and eventually moved to a fancy Malibu rehab center in September. The actress was released in December and has reportedly been staying at her parents' California home, attending outpatient treatment, and taking classes at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising.
"She was very nice, friendly and chatting with her classmates," a source told E! News earlier this month
. "[Bynes was] originally going to be a fashion design major but has now decided to pursue merchandise product development. She is enrolled part-time for the winter quarter."
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