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Amanda Bynes

Stability Comes at a High Price

9/3/2013 7:00 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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Amanda Bynes is ensconced at the UCLA Medical Center -- where she'll be for at least 60 days and worst case scenario a full year.  And guess what it costs ... $3,500 a day.

Sources involved with Amanda's treatment tell TMZ ... the cost is so high because it covers not just treatment, but living expenses as well.  To put this in perspective, you can get a deluxe executive suite at the Four Seasons Hotel in nearby Beverly Hills for $815 a night.

TMZ broke the story ... a judge ruled on Friday that doctors could keep Amanda on a long-term hold for up to a year, although the goal is 60 days ... after which she'd go home to her mom.

Now for some lump sums.  60 days at UCLA Med Center will cost $210,000.  A full year would cost $1,277,500.  As for Amanda's insurance, she's a member of SAG but we're told the policy will only cover a small portion of the cost.

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bernergirl    

They will work out a plan, nothing cost that much.

312 days ago
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verlinda    

Sounds about right. I was in a Mental Health Facility in 2001. It was $2,100 a day. I was there for 9 days. They factor in medication that can cost between $ 10- 30 a pill, food, Doctor and supervision fee, Lab work, so much for the Bed per day etc. I have insurance, and hope she does too. She'll be broke in no time trying to pay the Cost

312 days ago
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Jamey Hunter    

So who should pay the bill? Me? The tax payer? I'm sure she has made more than enough money to cover her bills, if not, transfer to one she can afford.

312 days ago
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barney    

There is no way Amanda should be stuck with the Bill.She is being forced to stay there by a Judge and her mother had her transferred to UCLA. Make them responsible to pay the bill and then watch how fast Amanda is released.

312 days ago
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barney    

There is no way Amanda should be stuck with the Bill.She is being forced to stay there by a Judge and her mother had her transferred to UCLA. Make them responsible to pay the bill and then watch how fast Amanda is released.

312 days ago
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barney    

Being that she has been forced to go there against her will there is no way Amanda should be responsible for the Bill. The Judge and her Mom who are the reason she is in UCLA should be the ones who pay the Bill. You can bet Amanda would be released (as she should be) in less then an hour if this were the case.

312 days ago
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THE TUNNEL    

I just wish Amanda the best...that's all.

312 days ago
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MysteryMonk    

Please join the 21st century, TMZ! There is no such entity as "SAG", anymore. Any *former* SAG members (or AFTRA members) are now fully vested as members of one union, "SAG-AFTRA"...and we all have the membership cards to prove it. See: http://www.sagaftra.org Please advise your staff - for accuracy's sake!

312 days ago
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Crackhead    

The money that she will earn from Playboy will cover this.

312 days ago
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Andrew     

Why is she paying this much if she is forced here against her will? I understand she needs to be treated, but that is a lot of money to pay for.

312 days ago
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josi    

TMZ you really need to hire some more photographers and get them out there and get some stories worth reporting. Who cares about the BLUE HAIRED GIRL! Get out THERE TMZ!

312 days ago
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Sue    

Now we know why the doctors want to keep her there for so long. She might be ill but a year? Right. Money talks and they see her as a meal ticket.

312 days ago
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Supreme_intellect    

Amanda Bynes is HOOTTT!!

312 days ago
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betty4u2    

If she had no insurance or money she would have been released after the 72 hour hold!!

312 days ago
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LordGobblecock    

so its basically in these clinics financial interest to conclude that she needs further treatment therefore making themselves tons loads more cash? Hmm I see huge scam potential here and a conflict of interest.

312 days ago
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