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Amanda Bynes sued for allegedly stiffing the bill at mental health facility


Amanda Bynes, seen here in 2014, is being sued by a mental health facility that claims she stiffed the bill. (GVK/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)

A California mental health facility doesn’t think Amanda Bynes is all that.

The 33-year-old actress is being sued by Creative Care Inc. — the center that treated her earlier this year — for failing to pay her bill, according to court documents.

The facility filed the lawsuit in April, accusing Bynes of stiffing it for $2,467 during her February stay.

Amanda “was a client at our dual diagnosis residential treatment center,” reads Creative Care’s lawsuit. “She was at our facility for two days receiving inpatient treatment.”

Based on the $37,000 monthly rate, which comes to $1,233.33 a day, a two-day treatment at the clinic adds up to $2,466.66.

Reports earlier this year revealed Bynes had checked into the facility for stress, according to The Daily Caller.

In 2018, Bynes admitted she had struggled with drug addiction.

She is currently under a conservatorship held by her mother until 2020.

Bynes became a star in her teens with the Nickelodeon series “All That” and “The Amanda Show” and WB’s “What I Like About You.”

She also procured roles in the comedies “What a Girl Wants,” “She’s the Man” and “Hairspray.”

In 2013, Bynes started a fire in the driveway at a Thousands Oaks, Calif., home. The Daily News reported at the time that her pants had been on fire.

Witness Andrew Liverpool tried to help Bynes, but she threatened to sic the cops on him. He recalled her wearing a “large blond wig” and claimed she was “discombobulated.”

Liverpool added that Bynes was next to a super soaker water gun and burning gas canister.