Amanda Bynes Has Been Making A Quiet Return To Twitter

Welcome back, Amanda!

After a long break from social media, Amanda Bynes seems to be quietly returning to Twitter.

The actress, who hadn't tweeted since February, has posted three times since last week, sharing two photos and a tweet expressing her sadness at the news of Mac Miller's death.

"I only got to know you a little bit, but you were such a sweet guy. Rest in Peace Mac," she wrote, sharing a screengrab of an interaction between the pair.

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Last week, Amanda marked her return to Twitter with a photo of herself and her 2007 Hairspray producer Neil Meron.

Amanda's last film role was in 2010's Easy A, where she co-starred alongside Emma Stone.

While it remains to be seen whether these selfies are a sign of Amanda returning to life in the public eye and to the entertainment world, she did speak of her desire to return to acting last year while giving her first sit-down interview in four years.

“I want to do TV, maybe a few guest spots on some shows that I’m a fan of and maybe another TV show that I’m the star of it,” she said at the time.

She also addressed one of her most notorious tweets, in which she said that she wanted Drake to "murder" her vagina, commenting:

Amanda was placed under a conservatorship in 2014 after a highly-public battle with mental health, during which time she was hospitalised multiple times. She was also charged for two hit-and-run incidents and arrested for driving under the influence, but all charges were eventually dropped.

Since then, she's been focused on managing her health, repairing her relationships, and attending fashion school. Once infamous for her Twitter presence, all of her tweets from before 2014 have now been deleted. The majority of the tweets on her account are either to check in and share an update, or to deny that she has a "secret" account where she posts frequently. Of the 66 people she's following, Drake is no longer one of them.

In regard to her conservatorship, Amanda's mother Lynn still has control over her "person" -- which involves decisions around Amanda's health and medical needs -- but Amanda has regained control of her finances.

The Bynes' family lawyer told People that Amanda's parents are "so proud" of her progress, marking a repaired relationship within the family.

Whatever Amanda has in store for us, we're ready!

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