This tweet just came from Amanda Bynes' verified Twitter account a day after it was announced doctors were approved to keep Amanda for treatment for up to a year.
It went from a 72-hour hold to two weeks in psychiatric care, to an extended 30-day stay and now possibly to a long-term stay in the hospital for Amanda Bynes.
After being apprehended on a 5150 for setting fire in a residential driveway, the former Nickelodeon star's condition has become somewhat of a public concern.
According to TMZ, the doctors at the UCLA Medical Center treating Amanda asked that she be held long term, and a judge granted their request. Technically, Bynes could be confined for up to a year, but TMZ says it's not likely -- the plan is to release the troubled star to her mother's care in 60 days.
Amanda's mother, Lynn, was granted partial conservatorship of her daughter earlier this month. The ruling permits Lynn to control decisions involving the health and finances of her daughter, and it will be in effect until Sept. 30.