Amanda Bynes is on the road to recovery and she’s NOT turning off it!
An insider close to her family is revealing just how much progress she’s made since leaving the hospital last year. The source claims Amanda is responding very well to her schizophrenia medication and is excelling in her fashion class!
Biebsy!!! Everyone knows you don't give up names!!
But apparently Justin Bieber doesn't follow street code when it comes to keeping secrets because during his police investigation, it seems he quickly gave them all the info they wanted!
The Canadian teen king was reportedly asked about what substances he was on at the time of his arrest when he ended up spilling the beans on his drug supplier.
We hear he admitted to being on anti-anxiety medication, but didn't know anymore details because he ALSO admitted it was his mom, Pattie Mallette, who was supplying him with the prescription meds.
And if he doesn't know what he's taking then that means he might not even be the one who has the prescription. And that would be totes illegal. Then again, there is a slight chance it is his prescription and he just doesn't know what he's taking.
"There’s no cure, but I am on a very heavy medical course. I have been able to meet a lot of people who have it, which is good. People don’t talk about it, because it’s a weird and embarrassing thing, but it can really screw you up for life if you don’t deal with it properly. The side effects of dealing with it are not pretty."
She’s beautiful, she’s funny but what we might like most about the Oscar-winning starlet is her honesty, especially when she’s talking about herself!
Recently, J.Law opened up about her younger years, before she was a star. Despite the fact that she’s one of the most popular people in the world now, Jen actually used to struggle with social anxiety and hyperactivity!
She admitted to taking medication and seeing a therapist as a kid, explaining:
When the UK refuses to perform surgery on you due to risk, what do you do? You only have 8 weeks to live because you've been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, which only has a 3.6% survival rate. Seriously, what do you do?
YOU DON'T GIVE UP.
Oh, and you head to Germany to get the surgery done at a private facility! Then, no matter how drastic the operation, you look forward to the rest of your life because it worked!
Dr. Michael Barsby did ALL of that, after initially being told he had eight weeks to live after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. His country told him the operation would not be carried out because of the risks involved.
Luckily, his prognosis improved to a 50 per cent chance of surviving a year once he started chemotherapy, and now 11 months on, he is cancer-free after a private operation in Germany — which removed his pancreas, along with his spleen, gall bladder and part of his stomach. Here's what he said: