Amanda Bynes Announces She’s Pregnant With First Child Before Deleting Instagram Post

Amanda Bynes Announces She’s Pregnant With First Child Before Deleting Instagram Post

Amanda Bynes Announces She’s Pregnant With First Child Before Deleting Instagram Post

Amanda Bynes' turbulent relationship with Paul Michael is officially back on now that they're expecting their first child.

It seems Amanda's attorney, David A. Esquibias is the reason behind the deletion of the posts. Amanda Bynes is reportedly also working on her mental health, in the meantime.

He had the posts removed and commented, "I ask the media and the public to afford Amanda privacy during these hard times".

The two split three weeks later, with Bynes scrubbing her Instagram clean of any trace of her ex-fiance. A source, however, confirmed the news to E!News. Paul posted the same photo with the caption, "Baby in the making".

Come Wednesday morning, however, both Michael and the "Easy A" actress, 33, deleted their posts. Amanda broke the big news by flashing her diamond ring in an Instagram photo on Valentine's Day (Feb. 14)!

"I love her though, she's my best friend", he added.

Like this being pregnant, having a fiancé is one other "first" for Amanda!

Michael, whom Bynes met at the end of 2019 through a sobriety program, shared an ultrasound photo with the actress's name on it. "Her parents know." Fans will just have to wait to see if Bynes shares any further updates.

Back in 2014, Amanda was involuntarily committed to a Pasadena psychiatric treatment facility following a very public meltdown involving a string of weird run-ins with the law dating back to 2012.

The outlet reports that Amanda's parents, who control her conservatorship, will file in dependency court to have a judge review their daughter's mental condition and fitness as a parent. Since then I have been successful in causing these posts to be removed. "I was feeling so ugly at the time, and it was really hard for me to express myself at the time because I was so drugged out".

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