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Amanda Bynes posted a new selfie on social media and showed off a new tattoo on her face.
The actress, 33, returned to Instagram on Monday night, with a picture of a heart-shaped tattoo on her cheek, and only an alien emoji as the caption.
It is unclear as to whether the new ink can be a permanent or temporary basis. She is also wearing a septum piercing as she sits on a couch with a couple of the other women in the background.
The Instagram account has been verified. However, in September, Bynes announced on her verified Twitter account that she’s joined the photo-sharing app, writing: “Hey guys!” I’m on instagram now!!! Check me out.”
This is the first photo, Bynes has posted since the news broke earlier this month that they are in a sober living facility. It was reported to be in treatment for mental health and having to undergo routine testing for drugs in the facility.
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Bynes is still under a conservatorship controlled by her mother, Lynn. The agreement was renewed in August last year to the year 2020.
In June, the “All That” actress has announced that she is a graduate of the Los Angeles-based Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising.
The former child star opens, in an interview with Paper Magazine, in 2018, about her past substance abuse, in which she revealed that she began using marijuana at 16 years of age, and the transition to harder substances.
“Even though everyone else thought that I was the” good girl, ” I have smoked marijuana since that time,” she told the outlet. “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.”
She reminded herself to slip away into a dark period of her life, after developing an addiction to Adderall.
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“Later, it has grown to include the making of molly and ecstasy,” she said. “[I tried] to cocaine a few times, but I never got the high from cocaine. I’ve never liked it. It has never been my drug of choice. I’m sure I abused the Adderall.”
In the cover story, Bynes vowed that if she was sober for “almost four years now.”
Fox News, by Melissa Roberto, contributed to this report.