Santa Barbara
66° F
Clear
Clear
Santa Maria
58° F
Clear
Clear
San Luis Obispo
59° F
Scattered Clouds
Scattered Clouds
Ventura
62° F
Clear
Clear

Amanda Bynes parents seek conservatorship

By Tracy Lehr, KEYT NewsChannel 3 Reporter, tracy@keyt.com
Published On: Jul 26 2013 06:50:07 PM CDT
Updated On: Jul 27 2013 05:45:42 PM CDT

Bynes behavior in childhood neighborhood sparks concern

OXNARD, Calif. -

Amanda Bynes' parents visited a courtroom at the Juvenile Justice Center in Oxnard Friday morning.

They brought attorneys with them.  The Oxnard courthouse is where conservatorship hearings take place regardless of the person's age.

On Monday night Ventura County sheriff's deputies and firefighters were called to  Thousand Oaks, where witnesses said Bynes was lighting fires in a neighbor's driveway near her parent's home.  They said she was putting herself and her dog in danger.

During a rising stars report, back in 1998, Bynes told KEYT NewsChannel 3's Tracy Lehr she got her start at a comedy camp.  Bynes said the secret to her young success was loving comedy and not letting the rejection get to her.  

"The thing I've learned the most is to forget about it, and if you get it you get it and if you don't you don't, it's there problem whether they like you or not," she said.

Bynes said she liked making people laugh and hoped to do dramatic roles in the future, but in recent years her behavior has not been a laughing matter.

Bynes parents appear to be concerned about her mental health, suspected drug abuse and spending.

Bynes has been tweeting strange messages and photos for months.

She was placed on a psychiatric hold Monday, but she can not be kept against her will for more than 72 hours unless a judge grants her parents guardianship.

Sgt. Eric Buschow said the judge at the Juvenile Justice Center asked the Bynes and their attorneys to return to court Aug.  9 with more medical information before a limited conservatorship decision is made.

Comments

The views expressed are not those of this company or its affiliated companies. Please note by clicking on "Post" you acknowledge that you have read the Terms Of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. 
blog comments powered by Disqus
  • fatal_accident_investigation

    Extensive Investigation into Triple Fatal Accident

    An extensive investigation is underway to determine the cause of death in a triple fatal rollover accident Monday morning in Santa Barbara.

  • Triple Fatal Auto Accident on Highway

    3 Dead In Early Morning Accident, Driver Arrested For DUI

    The 101 southbound through Santa Barbara reopened just before 12:30 Monday afternoon as authorities investigate what they say was a deadly two car DUI accident.

  • girl_child_coughing_sick_whooping_cough

    Contagious Diseases Making a Comeback in California

    Deadly diseases that were a thing of the past are making a comeback in California.

  • fuzion_store_business_santa_barbara

    UCSB Group Boycotts Business For Promoting Deltopia

    A UCSB student group is boycotting a local business for creating the Deltopia Facebook page, which they said brought in thousands of outsiders to the small college town.

  • Witnesses to Fatal Crash

    Eyewitnesses See Triple Fatal Crash from Roadside Camp

    A homeless couple watching the freeway from their campsite in Santa Barbara this morning, witnessed the triple fatal accident that took the lives of two teens and a young man.

  • Triple Fatal Auto Accident on Highway

    DUI Driver in Fatal Early Morning Accident Ordered to Detox Program in 1995

    The Santa Barbara woman arrested for DUI in the early morning accident that left three people dead early Monday morning has a lengthy court record out of Ventura County. Kimberly Kreis, 52, was ordered to serve 30 days in a detox program as far back as 1995.

    The car that Kreis was driving crashed into a disabled Mazda near the Castillo off-ramp of the southbound 101 freeway in Santa Barbara. Two 17 year old North Torrance High School students were killed in the accident- Jessica Leffew and Danielle Murillo. 20 year old Brian Lopez also died in the wreck. The driver of the Mazda, Eric August, is hospitalized in critical condition.

    A NewsChannel 3 investigation found records out of Ventrua County that appear to show that Greis has at least one prior conviction involving drugs and or alcohol, and in 1995 she was ordered to serve 30 days in a Cottage Hospital detox program.

    CHP investigators are still trying to piece together why the Mazda veered right into a guardrail, causing it to flip onto it's roof before coming to rest in the middle of the southbound freeway, which set into motion the deadly accident.

    CHP Officer Jonathan Guiterrez, said "A lot of things could have happened, He could have fallen asleep. We just don't know at this point."

  • Larry Lee Cal Poly Coach

    Cal Poly Baseball Earns No. 1 National Ranking

    The Mustangs achieved the school's second No. 1 national ranking in Division I as Collegiate Baseball Newspaper has placed Cal Poly atop its Top 30.

  • Parents of Mallory Dies Sue Congresswoman, Her Former Aide, and U.S. Government

    The parents of a young Santa Barbara woman killed in a high profile, DUI case are suing Congresswoman Lois Capps, her former aide Raymond Morua, and the U-S government in federal court.

  • Lupita Nyong'o

    REUTERS/Danny Moloshok

    People's 'World's Most Beautiful' list 2014

    People magazine recently named Lupita Nyong'o its "World's Most Beautiful" for 2014. See which other ladies earned a coveted spot on the annual list.

  • Slideshow: Extensive Investigation into Triple Fatal Accident

    An extensive investigation is underway to determine the cause of death in a triple fatal rollover accident Monday morning in Santa Barbara.