Amanda Bynes’ Fans Can’t Wait To See What She Does Next

'We'll support your fashion no doubt. Love ya babe,' writes one supporter.

After news broke that Amanda Bynes is living at her parent’s house 
 in Los Angeles following a stint at an inpatient rehab facility, her fans reacted to the update by expressing their hopes for the troubled retired film star’s future.

“Great to hear Amanda Bynes released from rehab,” wrote Bee’s Budoir. “Good luck.”

Bynes left a Malibu, California, rehab facility earlier this week nearly five months after being involuntarily committed to a psychiatric ward . Right before she was admitted, she had set a fire in a stranger’s driveway.
According to People magazine, Bynes, 27, is continuing her recovery at her parents’ Los Angeles home.

“Stay strong @amandabynes, the hardest part of life is living,” said Jena Williams. “Especially when living hurts so much. Xoxo.” Another follower, Sonja Leon, was also glad to hear Bynes was out of the hospital. “Glad you could be home for the holidays,” she said. “Stay strong.” W. C. Sowder added, “Glad to hear you’re out. Take time to get comfortable with the rest of the world. Don’t look back, only forward.

A number of commenters were looking forward to Bynes’ next move, which reportedly involves looking for a college where she can study fashion design. “Amanda Bynes finishes rehab, looks to college!” said Areva Martin. “Bravo 2 new beginnings!” Kyle Smith also weighed in, writing, “Hearing that Amanda Bynes is back home and working on her relationship with her family and looking at colleges is truly the greatest news,” while MattyMoo said, “I’m so proud of you, I wish you the best of luck in college. We’ll support your fashion no doubt.”

“Amanda and her entire family would like to thank everyone who’s contacted them with good thoughts and wishes for Amanda’s recovery,” read a statement from family lawyer Tamar Arminak released on Wednesday. “Amanda has completed her inpatient rehabilitation and she’s feeling better every day.”

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