(LOS ANGELES) -- Amanda Bynes will have an additional two-week stay in a psychiatric ward following Monday's bizarre driveway blaze, Entertainment Tonight reports.
Bynes' parents are now meeting with attorneys to move forward in taking control of her "well-being and finances," according to the star's former publicist Jonathan Jaxson.
The actress was placed in an involuntary 5150 psychiatric hold Monday night after a strange residential disturbance in which Bynes allegedly set a small fire in a Los Angeles driveway.
While TMZ reports Bynes will not be charged with any criminal offense in connection with Monday's fire, Bynes is still facing charges from previous incidents, including DUI, marijuana possession, and reckless endangerment.
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