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Amanda Bynes Back In Rehab After Stress-Induced Relapse

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Mar. 1 2019, Updated 8:53 p.m. ET

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After regaining fame from her interview with Paper Magazine in November 2018, Amanda Bynes is reportedly back in rehab due to her stress-induced relapse and lack of dealing with all of the attention for the first time in years. Scroll through for all of the details.

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According to reports, Amanda, 32, is in a Los Angeles based rehabilitation center for drug addiction and mental health issues.

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The star has reportedly been in treatment since January 2019 due to all the attention she received from her tell-all interview with Paper Magazine in November 2018.

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As OK! readers know, Amanda touched on a variety of topics during the interview but talked heavily about her severe depression which was triggered after filming her famous flick She's A Man with co-star Channing Tatum in 2006.

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It was also in the same interview where she explained that many of her not-so-proud moments on social media came from her addiction to drugs.

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After the cover story hit stands, the Nickelodeon alum received a multitude of support and kind words from the world, wishing her the best. It was that attention that set her back into her old ways. While Amanda is back in rehab, her parents, Lynn Organ and Rick Bynes, are reportedly still in good graces with the star.

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What do you think about Amanda going back to rehab? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below. 

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