Her fiancé Paul Michael, who she recently split up then reunited with, was the first to share the news via Instagram. We just hope they can push the drama aside in the process!
Amanda Bynes hasn't officially confirmed the news of her pregnancy, but she did like Paul Michael's post which has since been deleted.
The actress has been struggling with mental health issues for years since a series of legal problems forced her into a conservatorship with her parents. "Any reports that Amanda is suffering from drug or alcohol addiction issues are completely false", he said.
Senators player tests positive for coronavirus, first case in National Hockey League
The NHL has told players to self-quarantine at least through March 27 and to report any symptoms to club medical personnel. At the same time, it's been reported that multiple Senators have shown symptoms and are already awaiting test results.
The two split three weeks later, with Bynes scrubbing her Instagram clean of any trace of her ex-fiance.
The hearing reportedly triggered the end of Amanda's engagement with Paul, who "freaked out" after becoming privy to more details surrounding the situation. Amanda has been on the mend ever since suffering a "stress-induced relapse" which led her to allegedly seek treatment at a rehab for mental health and drug addiction in January 2019, sources told TMZ. She's very, very early.
Even onlookers could tell that the actress is over the moon now that she's received confirmation that she is, in fact, pregnant.
The 33-year-old actor had shared a photo of her engagement ring on February 14, captioning the shot "Engaged to tha [sic] love of my life". Amanda's attorney, David A. Esquibias, released a statement to E!
"I love her though, she's my best friend", he added.