Amanda Bynes Conservatory dismissed by judge

“The conservatory is no longer necessary or required, and therefore the request for termination has been granted,” Ventura County Judge Roger Lund said during a brief hearing that lasted just over five minutes.

Bynes was not in the courtroom when the ruling fell.

Bynes’ mother, Lynne Bynes, had acted as her conservator and did not object to the request filed last month.

“Parents are happy, excited to have this good news,” Tamar Arminak, a lawyer for Bynes’ parents, told NBC last month. “The professionals say she is ready to make her own life choices and decisions and is so proud of her.”

Bynes talked about his conservatism on Instagram recently and wrote in part, “I want to thank you all so much for your love and support.”

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The scheme was first implemented in 2013, when Bynes experienced some personal difficulties. Her efforts to close her conservatory come after a judge closed Britney Spears’ 13-year-old conservatory in November.

“Congratulations to Miss Bynes, and good luck,” Judge Lund said at the conclusion of the hearing.

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