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A Pregnancy Announcement

Amanda Bynes and her on-again-off-again-on-again fiancé Paul Michael announced on Tuesday night via Instagram posts that they were expecting their first child together. The couple both posted pictures of the ultrasound, and a source told E!News:

"It's true. She's very, very early. Her parents know."

Bynes captioned the ultrasound "baby on board!" while Paul chose "Baby in the making!" However, since the initial announcement, they have both deleted their Instagram posts. This couple has dealt with some major ups and downs over the course of their short relationship, so we'll see what the future holds for them.

A Statement From Her Lawyer

Bynes' lawyer, David A. Esquibias, released a statement to Fox News on Wednesday explaining that she is currently seeking treatment for her mental health. He shot down rumors that Bynes was still struggling with drug and alcohol addiction.

"Any reports that Amanda is suffering from drug or alcohol addiction issues are completely false. She is seeking treatment for ongoing mental health issues. We ask for privacy during this time, and for any speculation about her personal life from the public and the media to cease so Amanda can focus on getting better."

Her Struggles With Mental Health

Bynes has been open about her struggles with mental health and addiction the past few years. She relapsed and moved into a sober living facility about a year ago, and her parents are her conservators.

Being under the conservatorship has been a complicated part of her romantic relationships. When Bynes and Michael broke up (before they got back together), it was reported that her parents didn't approve of their engagement in the first place. A source told E! News:

"Amanda's parents are fully aware of her engagement and at this point are not approving Amanda to legally get married under the conservatorship."

Her Emotional Status

Back in November 2018, Bynes told Paper Mag that she hoped that she was moving forward with her life.

"I think that's kind of how I go about [life] now — like, what's there to lose? I have no fear of the future. I've been through the worst and came out the other end and survived it so I just feel like it's only up from here."

Here's hoping that Bynes can get the mental health treatment that she needs to make this wish for herself a reality.

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