Amanda Bynes says she is lucky to be alive. Or at least the star might say that if she were actually quoted by a tabloid. It is probably the case ...
The below cover, courtesy of In Touch, gives the impression of a tell-all interview with the actress, which clearly did not happen. It's all speculation.
But one thing is for sure, whether she was quoted or not:
Since leaving a Los Angeles rehab facility following stays in two different psychiatric hospitals, Amanda Bynes is getting a second chance at life.
In that respect, In Touch is far from off the mark here.
As she begins the slow, painful process of rebuilding her life, sources say she is committed to "working on herself" and rebuilding what she once had.
“She realizes how erratic she was acting before and is well aware that it was not a healthy lifestyle for her,” says an alleged Bynes family insider.
“Amanda understands that treatment is necessary."
Bynes was released from rehab after spending months there and in the hospital after setting a random person's driveway on fire back in the summer.
Prior to that, she made headlines with a DUI arrest, another arrest for tossing a bong of out her apartment window, and countless bizarre incidents.
You don't need a fake tabloid interview to know that going to the hospital and seeking help for mental issues could only have been a good thing.