Amanda Bynes Can't Get Married Without Her Mom And A Judge's Signatures - Source Says Her Parents Are Also Yet To Meet Her Fiance!
Amanda Bynes surprised her followers when she took to social media to announce her engagement and to show off the huge rock on her finger. However, as it turns out, her family might have been just as shocked by the unexpected step she’s made since, one insider report claims her parents have not even met the actress’ fiancé!
That’s right! Amanda said ‘yes’ to Paul Michael (as per an ET source) but her mom and dad are yet to meet him.
It also sounds like their relationship has been a whirlwind one since they’ve only met a bit over two months ago at a sober living facility.
The insider also tells ET that they have not moved in together yet.
The two got engaged on the most romantic holiday of the year, Valentine’s Day and that is also when Amanda shared the big news by posting a pic of her massive diamond ring.
Alongside the snap, Amanda wrote: ‘Engaged to tha love of my life.’
The news comes after ET previously reported about her checking out of her sober living facility on her own back in December.
A few days after however, the judge dealing with her conservatorship case ordered the actress to go back.
Furthermore, due to the reason that she is still under the conservatorship of her mom, Lynn, she cannot actually get married unless the mother and a judge sign off on it.
That has not stopped Amanda from showing off her ‘lover’ in a few brand new posts on Instagram, however.
Not too long after the engagement announcement, when the fiancé was still a mystery, she shared a pic of Michael.
Then, on Monday, she posted another one!
In the meantime, it sounds like she’s also been working on her fashion collection since in a video IG Story, she gushed over how excited she was to launch it.
‘'Sup, Instagram. I just wanted to say hi to all of my followers. I wanted to say that I appreciate you guys so much for always supporting me. I am looking forward to starting my clothing line and I am hoping that in the near future it'll be out online.’