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Amanda Bynes Detained By Police, Evaluated For Mental Health Amid Ongoing Struggles

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Amanda Bynes was detained by police over the weekend and taken into custody for a mental health evaluation. According to TMZ, who was first to report the news, Los Angeles Police Department officers handcuffed Bynes Saturday morning after receiving a call from a woman who was in distress.

That woman was determined to be Bynes. Per the outlet, the 37-year-old actress was taken to a police station where a medical unit was standing by to perform an evaluation and determine if she needed further treatment.

In photos shared by TMZ, a handcuffed Bynes can be seen being led into the back of an LAPD cruiser, one of three that was sent to Bynes’ location.

Eyewitnesses tell the outlet that the “She’s the Man” star was “calm” during the interaction with police but looked “defeated” as they dealt with her.

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