Not much will change for Amanda Bynes over the next two years.
The troubled former child star, 32, will remain under conservatorship until August 2020, reports The Blast.
Legal documents to make the request official were filed last week.
Her mother, Lynn, who once had conservatorship in 2014 and relinquished it weeks later, is Bynes’ conservator, which means she makes decisions about her health and medical issues.
Last year Bynes, who rose to fame on Nickelodeon, regained control over her own finances.
As Page Six reported last year, she’s on track to graduate from fashion school by the end of this year.
At the time, her lawyer told us that she’s was fielding several acting offers but had not decided upon any. Her last role was in 2010’s “Easy A.”
In June, she sent a message to fans thanking them for their continued support.
“My dearest fans, thank you for all the support throughout the year and every year,” she wrote on Instagram. “I know I’ve been so quiet lately, I just felt that I needed my personal space and that it’d be better for me but it never was … just know that you’re my happiness.”
This article originally appeared in the New York Post.