Out with the old, and in with the new!
To kick off 2014, Amanda Bynes has decided to get rid of some of her personal items, and she’s enlisted the help of her dad, Rick.
The Bynes patriarch was spotted leaving a bunch of his daughter’s belongings in front of a Clothing Drop near Wilbur Road in LA on Sunday.
Some of the items included a drum set from the popular video game Rock Band, dresses, hats and even a vacuum.
The 27-year-old starlet has been revamping her style since leaving treatment just before Thanksgiving.
Over the last month, Amanda has been purchasing items from Urban Outfitters in Thousand Oaks, Calif.
“She came in on Dec. 28 and bought a bunch of men’s graphic T-shirts,” an eyewitness tells Life & Style. “She bought almost one of each kind in the store. They range in price from $24 to $32.
“She seemed to like most of them and was very quiet and low key while she shopped with her mom [Lynn].”
Along with her new clothes, the Easy A star also debuted a new look over the holidays.
The former child actress traded in her brunette locks for a lighter ‘do.
She was most recently seen taking a morning walk around her parents’ neighborhood in Thousand Oaks on Jan. 2 with her blonde tresses flowing.
Amanda kept it casual in one of her new purchases from Urban — a black T-shirt with “Homies South Central” written across her chest.
She rocked a pair jeans and sunglasses as she strolled along listening to her iPhone.
Since her release from rehab, Amanda has been living a much quieter lifestyle with her mother and father at their home.
The She’s the Man star was forcibly hospitalized under a 5150 mental health evaluation hold after she allegedly started a small fire in the driveway of a stranger’s house in Thousand Oaks on July 22.
The act was the straw that broke the camel’s back following a string of bizarre incidents involving Amanda in 2013.
Shortly after her release, In Touch Weekly caught up with beauty.
Amanda Bynes Speaks for the First Time Since Leaving Rehab
“I am doing very well,” she told the mag on Dec. 3. “I’m doing great, it’s been five days since I got out of rehab.”
That same week, Amanda enjoyed her freedom during a shopping excursion at a mall near her parents’ home.
“She looks great!” an observer told In Touch. “She looks healthy and was very polite and friendly. She spent about $100.”
Her mother’s lawyer says Amanda now has plans to look at “various colleges with the intention of majoring in fashion design.”
He adds, “Despite the fact Amanda is no longer in a facility, her outpatient treatment is continuing. She’s very happy to reestablish the loving relationship with her family that she once shared.”
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