Actress Amanda Bynes' ongoing conservatorship will remain in place for another 16 months following her stint in a psychiatric facility.
According to new legal documents, obtained by The Blast, the judge in Amanda's case has decided the What A Girl Wants star still needs guidance from lawyers and doctors until at least January of 2023.
The details surrounding the decision are under seal as is a report detailing the actress' condition and treatment.
Bynes announced she was pregnant and engaged in 2020, while on lockdown at a Pasadena, California psychiatric facility.
There has been no report of a baby and reports suggest the actress is no longer pregnant, but no explanation was given.
Amanda is still with her boyfriend, Paul Michael, and the two are engaged to be married, while Bynes has reportedly mended her estranged relationship with her parents. She has also been studying to complete a bachelor's degree at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles.
The actress' conservatorship extension comes as Britney Spears, another former A-list child star, is preparing to end her 13-year conservatorship.
Jamie Spears, the Toxic singer's father and conservator, has urged the judge overseeing her case to end the arrangement as he plans to step down at the end of the month.
Britney celebrated the news by becoming engaged to longtime boyfriend Sam Asghari on Sunday.