Amanda Bynes reveals she's REMOVING her face tattoo and shows off results in new video amid conservatorship battle

AMANDA Bynes revealed she's REMOVING her face tattoo in a new video and showed off the results.

The 35-year-old asked the court to end her nine-year conservatorship last month.

Amanda doesn't think her cheek tattoo is All That as the former Nickelodeon star shared she's removing it.

"tattoo removal process…" she captioned an Instagram video on Wednesday as she filmed herself on a back patio.

Her heart-shaped black face tattoo was visible as Amanda wore a ponytail and red lipstick as well as a nose ring and clear-framed glasses.

She slightly smiled as she removed her glasses to show her black tattoo, inked slightly under her eye, which appeared to have been faded.

Sofa cushions and a fence could be seen behind her as the star bundled up in a black vest and sweater zooming in and out with the camera.

The silent short video came after she filed to end her conservatorship started in 2013.

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Amanda spoke on her legal arrangement in a front-facing Instagram video one day earlier.

"What's up Instagram? Amanda Bynes here," the star said as she filmed herself in a bedroom. "My court date is coming up in two weeks.

I want to thank you all so much for your love and support. Peace out," tagging multiple news outlets in the otherwise captionless description.

In both videos, the comments were turned off, and in the update from yesterday, her heart-shaped black ink tattoo looked more visible.

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Amanda addressed her conservatorship in an earlier video and her tattoo looked bolder


In February of 2022, Amanda filed to end her conservatorship – a move her parents are said to support.

Amanda's mother, Lynn, currently acts as the star's conservator.

Amanda’s lawyer David A. Esquibias told TMZ that the star’s decision to end her conservatorship has been years in the making, while she has the full support of her parents.

He also insisted that the move was not inspired by Britney Spears’ recent conservatorship legal battle, noting that Amanda has been working to end the legal matter since last year.

Amanda's lawyer said her conservatorship was never intended to be in place for her entire life and all parties involved hoped it would end.

Additionally, Amanda and her parents realized she’s made significant progress in coping with her bipolar disorder over the last two years.

She reportedly gained important structure and support in her life through attending AA – where she met her on-again-off-again fiancé Paul Michael – while she has been sober for the past three or four years.

Amanda is keeping busy as a student at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Los Angeles and is receiving good grades as she works toward a Bachelor's degree.

The outlet said the former child star is focused on using fashion as a creative outlet.

She also hopes to develop fragrances in the future, as supported by the bio of her burgeoning Instagram page, captioned:

"Check back for updates on new fragrance!"


In July of 2013, Amanda was hospitalized under a 72-hour mental-health evaluation following an incident involving a self-made fire.

Her parents filed for a conservatorship at the time, and her mother was granted temporary control over Amanda's affairs.

The following year, Amanda accused her father of abuse via Twitter. Both of her parents adamantly denied the claims, to which Amanda later admitted never happened.

She claimed a "microchip" made her say those things online, after which her mother once more gained control of Amanda's assets.

In August of 2018, the conservatorship was extended until at least 2020.

Back in March 2020, Amanda was ordered to enter a psychiatric facility by the judge in her conservatorship case.

Then in December of that year, Amanda was spotted for the first time in six months while out with her man.

The same year, Amanda announced her sobriety and apologized publicly for the accusations she made against her parents.

A hearing to discuss Amanda's petition to terminate the conservatorship is currently scheduled for March 22.

In November 2021, Britney was released from her 13-year conservatorship after a long legal battle.

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