Amanda Bynes was spotted on Thursday morning sleeping on a couch in a California shopping mall, while her parents end conservatorship over her, New York Daily News reported.

Photographs of Bynes at The Beverly Center in Los Angeles have appeared online where she could be seen passed out on a couch wearing sunglasses, a winter coat, pink bottoms and slippers.

"I was not given money for a hotel so I have been staying with friends and I didn't get enough sleep last night so I fell asleep on a couch," the actress tweeted Thursday in response to the event.

Bynes also stated that she refused to live with her parents and that was currently homeless. She has been seen and photographed around West Hollywood, eating at Mel's Diner 0r staying over at the homes of her friends. 
Earlier this week, the "She's The Man" star appeared to be doing fine, even sharing good news to her Twitter followers.
"I was diagnosed bi - polar and manic depressive so I'm on medication and I'm seeing my psychologist and pyshchiatrist weekly so I'm fine :D," she tweeted Tuesday. 
After leaving home, Bynes' parents have been financially supporting her through American Express gift cards that cost $50 to $100 dollars, according to TMZ. However, it was not enough to help Bynes find housing.
Bynes went off on a series of tweets directed at her parents.
"I hate my parents for still not giving me money for a hotel. What is wrong with them? My lawyer is working to have them fully removed from being my conservator, because they don't deserve control over my money - They are miserable in their life and I will fight to get control of my finances taken away from them!"
David Esquibias, Bynes' lawyer, stated that Bynes' parents are attempting to turn over conservatorship of her to a mental health professional, according to Access Hollywood.
Bynes' mother, Lynn, was granted conservatorship over Bynes but decided to step down. She will be left to continue taking charge of Bynes' estate while a professional will be responsible for taking care of Byne's daily needs and medical concerns.
"My goal is to get her permanent adequate housing," Esquibias said. He also said that details of the new conservatorship will be worked out by Friday.
After Bynes' predicament spread through the news, television personality Heidi Montag offered the star a place to stay, according to US Weekly.
Montag tweeted Bynes saying "@amandabynes you are more then welcome to crash in our guest house in Santa Barbara if you need somewhere to stay! DM me!"
Bynes has yet to reply to Montag's offer.