Amanda Bynes has had her driving license returned after it was suspended following a string of motoring offences in 2012.
The 'Easy A' actress - who underwent a stint in rehab late last year following months of erratic behaviour - had her license suspended following two hit-and-run charges and an arrest for driving under the influence (DUI) in 2012, but she was spotted driving a black BMW in Los Angeles at the weekend and Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) records show she is now legally allowed back on the road.
The 28-year-old star - who was ordered by a judge in September 2012 to hand over her car keys as she continued getting behind the wheel despite the ban - is still receiving outpatient treatment since leaving rehab in December, and is "devoted to living her life as healthy as possible" but is no longer taking any medication.
Her attorney Tamar Arminak said: "Amanda continues to undergo outpatient therapy several times a week. Amanda currently is on zero medication.
"She's never had a history of abusing alcohol or hard drugs, and she's proud to say she's been marijuana free for the past nine months. (She) is doing extremely well."
The 'She's the Man' actress is currently enrolled at the Fashion Institute of Design of Merchandising and has no plans to reignite her Hollywood career.
Her mother Lynn has also denied reports her daughter suffers from schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, insisting she "has no mental illness whatsoever".