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Amanda Bynes Breaks Her Silence In New Video After Filing To End Conservatorship

It's been two weeks since Amanda Bynes filed to officially end her conservatorship after almost 10 years. The former Amanda Show actress filed the documents in LA at the end of February, as reported by TMZ.

Now, the actress is speaking out for the first time since she filed to end her conservatorship in a new video on her new Instagram account.

On February 25, TMZ reported that Amanda Bynes had filed to end her conservatorship after nine years.

Amanda was placed under the conservatorship back in 2013 following a series of concerning events and an ongoing battle with her mental health.

Amanda's decision to file comes as a surprise to many as a judge signed off in September to keep the conservatorship in place until at least March 2023.

However, as the public has seen with Britney Spears, conservatorships with no end in sight can be detrimental.

Now, two weeks since filing, Amanda is breaking her silence in a highly anticipated new video.

"What's up, Instagram? Amanda Bynes here,” the What a Girl Wants actress said in a video posted to her new account, @amanda.bynes1986, on March 7.

"My court date is coming up in two weeks. I want to thank you all so much for your love and support. Peace out," she said.

After throwing up the peace sign, Amanda tagged several news outlets in the post, including E! News, People, and US Weekly.

We're wishing all the best for Amanda as she moves forward to freedom.