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Amanda Bynes posts a photo of a Fashion Institute graduate

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Amanda Bynes is a graduate!

The actress, 33, posted a photo of herself with a friend at her graduation from the Los Angeles-based Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising.

Bynes won the “FIDM graduate, 2019 #fidmgraduation.”

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This is the first time the actress has posted on social media for almost a year now. Her last tweet is from November 2018, when she posed on the cover of the Paper.

In an interview with the magazine, Bynes said that she was working toward earning an Associate of Arts degree in Merchandise Product Development at the end of last year. She said that after graduation, she plans to get her Bachelor’s degree beginning in January of 2019 at the latest.

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The former child star has been on a tumultuous journey to find her purpose, and because it is suffering from a breakdown in the beginning of the 2010s. Bynes talked about, the most difficult period in her life with the magazine.

“I started smoking marijuana when I was 16 years old. Even though everyone else thought that I was the “good girl,” I have smoked marijuana since that time,” she told Paper Magazine’s Abby Schreiber. “I didn’t get addicted to it [then], and I didn’t abuse it. I did not have to go out and party, or making a fool of myself…but there you go.”

Actress Amanda Bynes about her drug use, and the meltdowns in the Paper Magazine.

The “She’s The Man’ star, calls for the expenditure of a lot of the dark days of experimenting with hard drugs before he was addicted to Adderall, a drug that they can eventually be severely compromised.

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Bynes said that she regrets many of her decisions, including the infamous tweets she’s written, and aimed at the rapper, Drake, and many, many other famous people.

“I’m really ashamed and embarrassed by the things I said. I can’t turn back time, but if I could, I would,” she explained. “I’m so sorry to everyone who I have hurt and those who I have lied to you about it because it really eats away at me. It makes me feel so awful and sick to my stomach and sad.”

Bynes continued, “Everything I’ve worked for my whole life, I kind of screwed up it’s all over Twitter. It’s not Twitter’s fault — it’s my own fault.”

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Life is a lot happier in life, Bynes said she owes much of her recovery of her parents, for if it were not for them, that they were not sure of how her life would have played out.

“I was sober for almost four years now,” Bynes revealed. “There’s a gateway drug, and I am lucky to have never done heroin or meth or anything like that, but there are certain things that you think are harmless, they can actually have an effect on in a more malicious way. To be really, really careful, because you could lose it all and live your life to ruin it like I did.”

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Bynes added: “the days of experimenting with the substances] are long gone. I’m not sad about it, and I don’t miss it, because it makes me feel really ashamed of how the chemicals made me act. When I was finished, I was completely back to normal, and immediately realized what I had done, it was a stranger, was literally invaded my body. This is such a weird feeling to it.”

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