Amanda Bynes Gets A New Face Tattoo Weeks After Leaving Sober Living Facility
Amanda Bynes has a new face tattoo! The Easy A star shares a selfie on Instagram where she showed off her brand new body art. The snap comes just a few weeks after she unexpectedly left her sober living facility.
On December 30, Amanda, 33, posted a selfie that appears to show a large heart tattoo on her cheek. She also sported a diamond septum piercing and pink hair. Amanda simply captioned it with an alien emoji. The heart looked slightly lopsided and was lined in black ink.
Earlier this month, the Nickelodeon alum fled her sober living facility. Amanda is now living with her parents while she hunts for a home of her own in Los Angeles, according to ET.
A source told Entertainment Tonight at the time of her departure that the former child actress recently dropped out of the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles. She had graduated with her associate degree in June 2019 and had returned to school to take more classes to obtain her bachelor's degree. Amanda tweeted a photo of herself and a friend in a cap and gown at the time and captioned it "FIDM graduate 2019."
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"She has a great relationship with them her parents Lynn and Rick. She's always in touch with them," the insider added. On December 13, Amanda was spotted for the first time since leaving the facility where she was seen smoking and meeting with an unidentified group of people in suits.
Amanda checked herself into treatment in January 2019. After completing her program, she moved into the facility to help her stay on the right track. However, signs of trouble surfaced in September 2019 when reports surfaced that Amanda was "not doing well" at the group home.
"Amanda is doing great, working on herself, and taking some well-deserved time off to focus on her well-being after graduating FIDM Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in December," Amanda's family's attorney, Tamar Arminak, said in a statement to E! News in April 2019. "She's spending time reading and exercising, sketching for her new line and mostly making sure this time around she puts her needs first."
In an interview with Paper Magazine in November 2018, the Amanda Show host admitted to trying cocaine and ecstasy and abusing Adderall.
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