Amanda Bynes Sued By Mental Health Facility For Allegedly Not Paying Bill
The actress received treatment for mental health issues at the Creative Care Treatment Centre.
Amanda Bynes has again found herself in legal hot water after it was revealed that she is being sued by a Los Angeles-based mental health facility for allegedly failing to pay for treatment she received earlier this year.
The 'She's The Man' star reportedly owes the Creative Care Treatment Centre over $2,000 for a two-day inpatient stay from February 21 to February 22.
In documents obtained by Us Magazine, the Centre said that Bynes "was a client at our dual diagnosis residential treatment centre," as well as giving a detailed breakdown of what Bynes allegedly owes them for her brief stint in the facility.
“Our monthly residential treatment rate is $37,000, divided by 30 days is $1,233.33 per day. Daily rate times two and rounded up is $2,467," the document read.
It comes after the news that the former child star suffered a "setback" at the beginning of the year -- reportedly sparked by her November 2018 Paper magazine cover and subsequent return to the spotlight -- and sought treatment for her ongoing mental health and addiction issues.
However, in April, Bynes' family's attorney, Tamar Arminak, said that the star was doing "remarkably well" in treatment and "working on herself".
"[Amanda] is taking some well-deserved time off to focus on her wellbeing after graduating FIDM [Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising] in December," Arminak said in a statement to E! News.
"She's spending time reading and exercising, sketching for her new line and mostly making sure this time around she puts her needs first."