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Doctors have filed a report with the court that Amanda Bynes should remain in a mental health facility until at least 2015. At that point they feel she might be ready for release. That means she would end up being in the hospital for almost two years before she would be released. The doctors will have spent the few million she has left and release her out into the world with no career prospects and a public that won't really remember her. Of course I want Amanda to get better but I don't understand why she will be better in 2015 and not now. Is it a therapy thing? Is it a she won't take her medicine thing? What makes them think in two years she will take her medicine? I know that she was off the rails but it had been a fairly recent thing that happened over the course of the past year. Perhaps there was something that happened to her that triggered it or do we think this is a long term thing that she hid for years on end and suddenly didn't feel like it hiding it any longer? I don't get the feeling she was taking medicine before because her parents would have mentioned it.
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