The crazy can continue, at least for a little while. A judge in California has denied a petition from Amanda Bynes's parents to grant them a conservatorship over her affairs.
The judge in the case said that he needs more information before granting a temporary conservatorship, even though Amanda's parents said:
That she blew through $1.2 million in a very short amount of time.
That she made two $100,000 withdrawals within a month and can't account for the money -- though they believe she spent it on drugs.
That they believe her to be homeless.
That she's paranoid to the point of covering smoke detectors with towels because she's worried about hidden cameras.
That she once told them she'd "cabbed it" from New York to L.A. to visit them.
Meanwhile, as we've reported, Amanda isn't homeless at least for the next two weeks -- her doctors have gotten the judge to extend her psychiatric hold. They believe she's schizophrenic.
Another hearing about the conservatorship petition is scheduled for August 9th.