Amanda Bynes Says She's "Back on Track" After Spending Two Months in Treatment

It's been a whirlwind year so far for Amanda Bynes. From a surprise engagement to news of a pregnancy and an announcement about negotiating the terms of her conservatorship, the actress had a lot going on at the beginning of 2020.

Now, after going dark on social media for a couple of months, she's back and is giving fans an update about her life since she last checked in. On Saturday, Bynes revealed on Instagram that she spent two months in treatment for social anxiety, but she's currently "back on track" to achieving her goals.

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"Update: Getting my Bachelor's degree from FIDM. Taking online classes, trying to get a 4.0 GPA. Looking forward to starting my online store in the future #goals," she began. "Spent the last 2 months in treatment. Worked on coping skills to help with my social anxiety that caused me to drop out of school months ago. Back on track and doing well!"

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She added, "I'm now living in transitional living and doing therapy during the week." Meanwhile, for those curious about her relationship status, Bynes says she's still engaged to "tha love of my life Paul." The couple previously called off their engagement three weeks after Paul popped the question on Valentine's Day, but shortly after, they seemingly reunited.

While Amanda didn't acknowledge the pregnancy announcement she made back in March, her lawyer released a statement saying she's not pregnant earlier this month. "Amanda is not pregnant,” David Esquibias told E! News. “And she is sheltering in a safe location.”