Amanda Bynes sued by mental health facility for allegedly not paying bill

Amanda Bynes sued by mental health facility for allegedly not paying bill

Amanda Bynes may be happy and healthy, but the facility that treated her earlier this year is pretty angry.


Creative Care, Inc. filed a lawsuit against Bynes, 33, in April, claiming that she owes them $2,467 for her February stay, according to Los Angeles Court documents obtained by Page Six on Tuesday.


The facility alleged that she received inpatient care from February 21 to February 22, but she didn’t pay her bill. They came to the $2,467 amount from their monthly residential rate, which is $37,000.


It is unclear exactly what the actress received treatment for, but it was reported in March that she checked herself back into a mental health facility for a stress-related relapse.


The “She’s the Man” star is under a conservatorship by her mother until August 2020, so she may be the one in charge of Bynes’ finances.


Regardless, Bynes has moved on and is working on her fashion career.


Bynes’ lawyer didn’t get back to us.