After a number of DUI’s, court cases, jail bails and even shoplifting, Amanda Bynes has been committed at, Las Encinas Hospital in Pasadena, California. The troubled star was admitted involuntarily on an emergency psychiatric hold Friday.
Bynes, 28, who often takes to twitter to let out some steam has recently posted several outlandish comments, forcing fans and care physicians to question her mental health. After she posted several comments about her father who she accused of abusing her as a child, quickly took back the claims and tweeted:
My dad never did any of those things The microchip in my brain made me say those things but he’s the one that ordered them to microchip me
— amanda bynes (@amandabynes) October 10, 2014
Bynes boarded a plane from New York to Los Angeles where she reported that she was going to file a lawsuit against her parents as well as the media that has published false statements about her over the past year. Bynes threatened both InTouch and Star Magazine with lawsuits.
I will sue any one in the media who lies about me and says I ever gave them an interview when I never gave literally any magazine a quote — amanda bynes (@amandabynes) October 9, 2014
I’m also suing Star magazine for doing the exact same thing and the true definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and — amanda bynes (@amandabynes) October 9, 2014
Well I am suing In Touch for lying about me entirely
— amanda bynes (@amandabynes) October 9, 2014
Upon landing in Los Angeles, Bynes was told that she was being taken to a lawyers office but instead she was taken to Las Encinas Hospital, which looked similar to an office building.
Via CNN, Dr. Carole Lieberman stated, “In a perfect world, one would be honest about getting a person into a psychiatric hospital, but from her past behavior we have seen that Amanda Bynes avoids psychiatric hospitals at all cost because she doesn’t believe that she’s sick.”
Bynes has a hearing this week to determine if her 72-hour lock down should be extended. Doctors will make a case against her claiming that she may be a danger to herself or others if she does not volunteer to stay on her own account.