In this August 25, 2015 file photo, Amanda Bynes arrives at a police station in West Hollywood to check in with her probation officer.
Not much will change for Amanda Bynes in the next two years.
The troubled former child star, 32, will remain under conservatorship until August 2020 reports of The Explosion.
Legal documents for the request of the official were submitted last week.
Her mother, Lynn, who ever conservatorship in 2014 and abandon it weeks later, Bynes’ curator, that means that she makes decisions about her health and medical issues.
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Last year, Bynes, who rose to fame on Nickelodeon, back in control of her own finances.
As Page Six reported last year, she was on her way to graduating from the fashion school at the end of this year.
In time, her lawyer told us that she had been fielding several trade offers, but had not decided. Her last role was in 2010’s “Easy A.”
In June, she sent a message to the fans to thank them for their continued support.
“My dearest fans, thank you for all the support throughout the year and every year,” she wrote on Instagram. “I know that I’ve been so quiet lately, I just felt that I need my personal space, and that it is better for me, but it was still never … just know that you are my happiness.”
This article originally appeared in the New York Post.