Amanda Bynes Leaves UCLA Psych Ward for Malibu Rehab

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The troubled actress leaves UCLA psych ward, where she was being treated for a serious mental illness, for a Malibu rehab facility. How's she doing? Amanda Bynes is on the move again!

The troubled actress has been in treatment for a serious mental illness since she was placed on a 5150 mandatory psychiatric hold on July 22.

She was originally being treated at a Ventura County facility before transferring to UCLA Medical Center at her mother's request because it's one of the best places for treatment in the country.

And now, the 27-year-old checked into a Malibu rehab center called The Canyon about three weeks ago, according to TMZ.

It's a surprising move because The Canyon doesn't have the same psychiatric facilities that UCLA did, and Amanda is still reportedly in bad shape.

"She interacts with people very little and rarely leaves the area where she's living," TMZ reports. "Amanda is also not wearing her wig and is 'paranoid' the paparazzi will find her."

Amanda is still under a conservatorship, which means her mom makes decisions on her behalf and likely approved her transfer.

Amanda was accused of throwing a bong out her window back in May, but she's denied that smokes marijuana. Do you think she should be in rehab?


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