Amanda Bynes, who had a very turbulent 2013, is doing well, her attorney has said this week.
Bynes was released from inpatient treatment facility in California in December.
According to reports, she is a student at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM).
“Everything is fine,” her attorney Bob Wilson told People magazine Thursday. “She’s doing great.”
Reports in January suggest that Bynes, 27, is trying to remove her arm tattoo and is going to the gym frequently.
Bynes spent about six months in the hospital and rehab last year. She was treated for unspecified mental issues and substance abuse.
She faced criminal charges, including marijuana possession and reckless endangerment in New York City. Bynes allegedly threw a bong out of her home.
Her lawyer accepted a deal with the courts in which charges against her will be dropped if she can stay out of trouble for six months.