Amanda Bynes: Judge ends former actress's nine-year conservatorship

Former actress Amanda Bynes has been released from her nine-year conservatorship by a judge in California.

"She's done everything the court has asked over a long period of time," he said,

Bynes also made headlines for her Twitter rants, which she later said left her "ashamed and embarrassed".

Amanda has officially been diagnosed with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder

a student at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising

after a movie performance beside Emma Stone in Easy A didn't meet her own expectations.

Amanda had stepped away from a million-dollar career in Hollywood, been arrested on multiple occasions, and had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

The National Institute of Mental Health says that drinking and using drugs can trigger depressed or manic moods in someone with bipolar disorder.

Bynes was arrested for hitting a police officer's car in the spring of 2012.

Tatum looked far too old to play a teenager but still had enough boyish charm and awkwardness to set him up as a non-threatening leading man for the film's young teen demographic to lust after.

"I love her," Tatum said to Entertainment Tonight. He opened up about his friendship with Bynes, expressing his gratitude and approval.

"I'm so happy she's killing it again and just back on the right [track].

Just a few months ago in July, actor Amanda Bynes deleted all her old Instagram photos.