Amanda Bynes' parents have moved to Los Angeles to help her get her life back on track.
The family of the troubled actress - who recently had her car impounded and her driving licence suspended - have already leased out their home in Cedar Park, Texas, and intend to sell it so they can be by her side, according to gossip website TMZ.
Sources close to the family say they have no plans to pursue a conservatorship - which would give them legal control over Amanda - but they want to be on-hand to support their daughter.
However, there was some good news for the former Nickelodeon star after a Beverly Hills judge ruled Wednesday (19.09.12) that she won't have to post the $50,000 bail for her April driving under the influence (DUI) case.
The district attorney argued that Amanda - who failed to show up to court - should be ordered to put up $50,000 bail pending her October 29 trial, saying the bail was needed ''for risk of public safety''.
Judge Elden Fox chose not to impose the request because the incidents happened prior to her licence being suspended, explaining: ''Technically, Ms. Bynes is not in violation of order not to drive without a valid driver's licence.''
On June 5, the 'All That' star was officially charged with DUI due to an arrest in April in which she allegedly ran into a police cruiser with her BMW. She also refused to submit to a chemical test at the time of her arrest and the following day, her attorney entered a not guilty plea on her behalf.
On September 5, the former child star was charged with two counts of misdemeanour hit and run for accidents that occurred on April 1 and August 4.