A judge just put an end to her 9 year conservatorship, allowing her to make her own decisions.

The judge issued a tentative ruling on Monday, which was made official at today's hearing.

David A. Esquibias, the attorney for the woman, tells us that she appreciates the love and support of her fans. She thanks her family for never giving up. She looks forward to finishing her degree and living her life now that the conservatorship has ended.

In February, the former child star asked her mother to no longer serve as her conservator.

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When it became clear that she was struggling with her mental health, it became clear that she was under the care of a consolidator. She set her neighbor's driveway on fire. She opened up about her addiction to Adderall but has since gotten help.

She has been sober for several years now, and she seems to be doing a lot better. She got a degree from the Fashion Institute of Design and has gotten engaged to Paul Michael.

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On top of her progress. The result comes as no big surprise, but it is still a big win forAB.

She has some big plans in the near future, like getting a place with her soon-to-be husband.

Excellent achievement by Amanda!