Amanda Bynes' days of living under her parents' control have officially ended.
According to new legal docs obtained by TMZ, the judge overseeing Amanda's conservatorship case issued a tentative ruling on March 21 saying the conservatorship is "no longer required." That decision was confirmed on March 22.
While Amanda was not present at court, her attorney told TMZ: "Amanda appreciates the love and support of her fans during this time. She thanks her family for never giving up. Now that the conservatorship has ended, she looks forward to completing her bachelor's degree and living her life."
The conservatorship came after a lengthy series of bizarre behavior, but Amanda has largely cleaned up her life.
In November 2018, she said she'd been sober for four years, but she returned to treatment two months later after what was reported to be a "stress-related relapse." In 2020, she got engaged to Paul Michael, whom she met in Alcoholics Anonymous.
Last week, TMZ reported that Amanda found a home to rent in Los Angeles and claimed Paul is set to move in with her once the conservatorship is formally removed. Amanda has been staying at sober living facility that only allows women, so this will mark the first time the couple has lived together.
Unlike the final days of Britney Spears' famous conservatorship battle, Amanda's situation hasn't been nearly as dramatic.
The former "Easy A" star submitted paperwork signed by a psychiatrist that says she no longer suffers from "thought disorders." Plus, she consistently tests negative for drugs at random screenings. Amanda's mother, who was one of her conservators, was on board with with conservatorship ending, citing the doctor's "capacity declaration."