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For those with the right genetics, this can trigger illnesses such as depression and schizophrenia.” Bynes’s troubles appear to have begun around four years ago when she “quit” acting and posed for Maxim in an attempt to shed her wholesome, tween idol image.She rose to international stardom at the age of 10, soon garnering her own primetime Nickelodeon program “The Amanda Show.” Bynes later transitioned into movies, making her mark in hits like “Hairspray” and “She’s the Man.” She appeared to stay out of the Hollywood party scene, and told FOX411 in 2008 that she preferred “quiet time.” Fox News’ Hollie Mc Kay contributed to this report.We caught up with her former co-stars though, see what they said about their least favorite sketches and recent death hoaxes below!
Amanda Bynes' mom Lynn Bynes tells Us Weekly in a statement that her daughter has never been diagnosed with schizophrenia or any mental illness, and blames her erratic past behavior on "marijuana" Don't mess with mama!
Bynes’ lawyer Tamar Arminak tells FOX411 "she is doing extremely well and everyone is so proud of her." Bynes last public appearance was on July 23 at the launch of fashion designer Michael Costello’s pre-fall capsule collection in Los Angeles.
She was all smiles at the event and appeared to be in good spirits.
Bynes seems to be in a much better place these days after a difficult few years of concerning behavior and run-ins with the law.
Bynes has previously stated—via her Twitter account—that she suffered from bipolar disorder and she is manic depressive. Damon Raskin, a Los Angeles-based addiction specialist, said the trappings of fame and fortune aren’t necessarily the cause of mental illness, but they can be a catalyst.
The 30-year-old "Amanda Show" alum has been keeping a very low profile of late.