Amanda Bynes has been released from the psychiatric facility two weeks after being admitted, according to a report.
The actress checked out Friday night, and was given a plan for her to follow to ensure she stays on top of her recovery, sources told TMZ.
Doctors felt that the Nickelodeon alum, who lives with bipolar disorder, has made notable progress during her stint at the hospital, and will now resume living independently, the outlet adds.
A medical professional will be checking in on Bynes daily to ensure she is keeping up with her recovery plan.
The “She’s The Man” star’s psychiatric hold was extended last week after her loved ones remained worried about her safety and well-being.
After completing the mandatory 72-hour hold, doctors extended her stay by another full week.
Her family was to be growing more concerned about her repeated episodes, with TMZ reporting that the 37-year-old called the cops for help herself.
She was detained by police and taken into custody for a mental health evaluation.
A mental health expert then determined that she needed to be placed on a 5150 hold.
An eyewitness told the outlet she flagged down a car and told the driver that she was coming down from a psychiatric episode before calling police.
At the time, sources told TMZ that Bynes had likely been living “on the streets for days.”
Sources at the time claimed that Bynes wasn’t being “forced to stay” at the facility but didn’t feel “ready to leave” just yet.
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She was eventually released in April.
The court determined the legal arrangement was “no longer required.”
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