Amanda Bynes has purged her entire Instagram to possibly make way for an online store.
The former actress has rebranded her personal Instagram page as the Matte Black Online Store, but she's yet to post anything under the new banner.
In deleting all her Instagram pictures, Amanda has removed several selfies and multiple images with her fiancé, Paul Michael.
Since leaving the Hollywood scene, the "Easy A" star has gotten into fashion and attended classes at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. Recently she even hinted that she might start selling her designs.
"Getting my Bachelor's degree from FIDM, Taking online classes, trying to get a 4.0 GPA :] 🎓," she wrote on Instagram in May. "Looking forward to starting my online store in the future #goals."
After several years filled with mental health struggles and bizarre behavior, Amanda, 34, has tried to take hold of her life. She got engaged earlier this year after meeting Paul in a sober living facility. Not long after, she and Paul announced that the were expecting their first child. However, her lawyer later claimed that Amanda is not pregnant.
Around that same time, she was ordered by a judge to enter a psychiatric facility for mental health treatment.
Page Six reported Amanda says she's now living in a transitional facility "to help with my social anxiety that caused me to drop out of school months ago."
She says she's "back on track and doing well!"