Amanda Bynes has been sued for $2,467 by a Southern California mental health facility over a two-day stay she spent there earlier in the year.
The Creative Care Treatment Center said in court docs that the Hairspray star was at the center’s dual diagnosis residential treatment wing ‘for two days receiving inpatient treatment’ February 21 and 22, The Blast reported Tuesday.
The organization broke down the 33-year-old star’s bill in court docs, saying, ‘Our monthly residential treatment rate is 37,000, divided by 30 days is $1,233.33 per day.’
The latest: Amanda Bynes, 33, pictured in LA in 2015, has been sued for $2,467 by a Southern California mental health facility over a two-day stay she spent there earlier in the year
On its site, the center says it offers ‘a complete range of treatment services to reach men, women, and families struggling with substance use, co-occurring and mental health disorders’ in ‘luxury villa-like’ surroundings.
Bynes stayed at the facility amid a relapse in her mental health and drug battle.
Following a series of turbulent years, the Thousand Oaks, California native is currently under a conservatorship, similar to another celebrity who lives nearby, Britney Spears.
Under the arrangement with Bynes, the actress has relinquished control of her major life decisions to her mother Lynne until next year; she does control her money. Bynes has been working on a fashion line in recent years, as her last onscreen appearance was in the 2010 comedy Easy A with Emma Stone and Penn Badgley.
Center of attention: The actress-turned-fashion designer was seen in LA in July of 2015
Bynes was ‘doing great, working on herself, and taking some well-deserved time off,’ an attorney for the actress, Tamar Arminak, told E! News in a statement in April.
According to Arminak, Bynes, following her graduation from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising last year, was ‘spending time reading and exercising, sketching for her new line and mostly making sure this time around she puts her needs first.’
The one-time Nickelodeon star opened up last year to Paper magazine that she eventually wants to return to show business in ‘kind of the same way [she] did as a kid, which is with excitement and hope for the best.’
Out and about: The former child star was snapped at a NYC fashion event in 2009
In the chat, Bynes said she began smoking marijuana at the age of 16, then ‘progressed’ to using molly, Adderall and cocaine, the latter of which she said she ‘never got high from.
‘Everybody is different, obviously, but for me, the mixture of marijuana and whatever other drugs and sometimes drinking really messed up my brain ,’ she said. ‘There are gateway drugs and thankfully I never did heroin or meth or anything like that but certain things that you think are harmless, they may actually affect you in a more harmful way.’