Amanda Bynes is out of the Malibu rehab facility, where she has been receiving inpatient treatment for mental illness, according to E! News.

The 27-year-old is "back home in the custody of her parents" in Los Angeles, Bynes family attorney Tamar Arminak told the website. "She is doing very well and re-establishing a close and loving relationship with her family."

Arminak added in a statement Wednesday, "Amanda and her entire family would like to thank everyone who's contacted them with good thoughts and wishes for Amanda's recovery. Despite the fact Amanda is no longer in a facility, her outpatient treatment is continuing."

According to Arminak, Bynes is "now looking at various colleges with the intention of majoring in fashion design. She's mentioned before she's interested in creating a clothing line."

Bynes has had a thing for fashion for years. She designed a collection for Steve & Barry called Dear in August 2007. (The partnership ended when the company went bankrupt.)

Earlier this year, Bynes told In Touch she wanted to get back into the apparel business. "I love Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's clothing line, Elizabeth and James, and I love how Justin Bieber dresses," she said. "My line will be a mixture of sick styles, and it's going to be for everybody."

Does that mean "everybody" has to start dressing like Justin Bieber?

Bynes was put on psychiatric hold in July after she started a fire on someone's driveway near her parents' Thousand Oaks home. A judge ordered her into a mental health facility and she was moved to a rehabilitation facility in Malibu. According to Arminak, Bynes' mother will remain in control of her well-being and finances for the foreseeable future.

According to E!, a judge last month determined the actress is capable of understanding the DUI charges against her (from an April 2012 incident in which she allegedly hit a police cruiser). Her next court date is Jan. 7, when a judge will evaluate her status.

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