Heidi Montag Reaches Out to Troubled Amanda Bynes, Offering Her a Place to Stay

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Heidi Montag has reached out to troubled actress Amanda Bynes, offering her a place to stay.

The former The Hills star made her offer after photos of the beleaguered actress sleeping on a couch at the Beverly Center shopping mall in Los Angeles were released on Thursday.

Earlier in the day, Bynes tweeted that she wasn’t given money for a hotel from her parents, so she has been staying with friends and fell asleep on the mall couch.

TMZ reported on Thursday that Bynes’ mother, Lynn, is relinquishing the conservatorship over her daughter because she just can't handle it anymore. Apparently, a mental health professional better equipped to care for Bynes will take over, while a money manager will take over Bynes’ finances.

On Tuesday, it was reported that Bynes’ parents were giving her $50 and $100 gift cards to get by rather than cash.

The actress, who was reportedly diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder, has been tweeting a slew of disgruntled tweets about her family's control over her money. A judge gave conservatorship of her assets to her parents last month after the actress displayed more and more disturbing behavior, which was attributed to her mental illness.

The 28-year-old was released from the Las Encinas psychiatric facility on Oct. 30.

Pam Wright