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Amanda Bynes' Mom Breaks Silence on Daughter's Treatment

Amanda Bynes' Mom Breaks Silence on Daughter's Treatment

Amanda Bynes‘ mother Lynn has spoken out for the first time after being granted legal control over her daughter.

“I would really like everyone out there to know that almost 99 percent of the things written about my daughter in various media outlets are false or misleading,” Lynn, 66, told People.

“Unless it’s a statement issued by our family attorney, Tamar Arminak, please take everything you read about Amanda with a grain of salt,” she added. “Please know that neither myself or other family members have ever released any information regarding her treatment or diagnosis. We truly believe in keeping our daughter’s situation private for now. We appreciate everyone’s heartfelt support and we hope that she can get some privacy and the respect she deserves during this trying time. Both my husband and I love Amanda very much and we know that she will get through this situation.”

Amanda, 27, was hospitalized back in July after a drive-way burning incident and she is now in a rehab facility in Malibu where she will remain for the foreseeable future.

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  • Kimye

    Aw she has sweet parents I hope she gets well soon

  • Ha

    Woah her mom is 66!! It means she was like …39 when she gave birth to Amanda…. God. I know some are gonna say “it’s her choice, she can make babies at whatever age she wants blah blah blah” but seriously, when she got to primary school, her mom was already in her late 40s! That’s not something I would have liked personally.

  • soy

    @Ha: so?

  • Hanna

    My mother was 39 when I was born and having old parents made a very negative difference in my life. And I should point out that my parents were great parent, my mom was a stay at home mom. Having old parents when most or all of the other kids had young and modern parents really wast great.
    That’s why when I read that Halle Scary has another kid at 47 years old I feel sorry for the kid. And when I see Elton John in his sixties carrying around his babies, that just creeps me out, because I know that these boys will pay the price for it, and money or private schools won’t change that. I went to a private school to… It’s even worse as an only child, or a child where the other sibling is 10 years younger (which in effect still turns you into almost an only child)

    I could go on and on about this topic, but I won’t. :(

    Btw, my mother died just recently, she was 83 years old and had Alzheimer’s, which in effect means that I lost her to old age a lot sooner (almost 10 years sooner).

    PS: I only used Halle and Elton as examples, this applies to old parents in general.

  • Hanna

    I meant to say having old parents wasn’t great!

  • Pretty Ka

    @Ha: ┬┐Why?

  • yep

    Precious photo. Praying for Amanda to get healthy.

  • lol

    @Ha: amanda’s siblings are quite old already. and who cares about school when Amanda WAS already famous as a kid.

  • jans

    @Ha: Think before you write you idiot twat

  • Rebecca

    @Hanna: Both you and Ha are idiots. Hanna, if your parents were great then why be so darn obsessive and critical over age. You and Ha both are very rude and critical. What is important is the child is loved. The age of the parents mean nothing. There are a lot of young parents who really mess up their kids big time. I also know a girl who lost her mom due to cancer at a young age. Death can happen at any age. But I know a lot of older parents who have raised wonderful children and do not mess the kids up. So don’t be darn critical of age of parents. Hanna you should be ashamed of yourself. Your parents loved you and that is , my dear, the most important thing EVER!!! Not the age your parents. What an idiot.

  • nastymiley

    @Rebecca: well said, I agree .