Amanda Bynes has just become the latest celebrity to seek the end of their conservatorship.
The All That star—who rose to fame as a teen in the early 2000s—is making this move on the heels of a major legal victory that occurred this past fall, when Britney Spears was able to terminate the 13-year conservatorship that she had been under, where her father had complete control of her estate and personal affairs. Spears's legal battle received a flurry of media attention, with her win even resulting in a personal letter from the U.S. Congress.
Now, it seems Spears has inspired Bynes, who, according to a first report from Page Six, just filed to end the conservatorship she was placed under almost a decade ago. Page Six disclosed that Bynes “requested to terminate both the conservatorship of her person and estate in a petition submitted at the Ventura County Superior Court in California.” A hearing will take place on March 22.