Amanda Bynes’ friends are reportedly very worried for the troubled actress. They fear that the “What A Girl Wants” star could not survive her latest rehab stint.

On Wednesday, Radar Online ran a story on what the friends of the former child star exclusively said about Bynes’ stay in rehab. The alleged pals of the Hollywood star were not named in the report to protect their privacy.

“Amanda has put her body through so much. Everyone is terrified this latest slip-up may kill her,” an insider, believed to be one of Bynes’ close friends, said.

Another source shared that the “She’s The Man” actress is not able to handle the public attention being given to her by the press. The same source echoed the sentiment that Bynes may not survive her latest rehabilitation.

“Amanda can’t seem to handle the media spotlight. But she can’t continue to abuse herself like this. She won’t survive it,” the source said.

Bynes has been in and out of rehab for years. She hasn’t been in the public eye since 2013 after a reported breakdown sent her to rehab. It was also during that time when it was revealed that she was being treated for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.  Last year, she was trying her best to bounce back. However, she once again entered a rehab facility in January.

Two months prior her new stint, Bynes did a no-holds barred interview with Paper Magazine as she opened up about her downward spiral and even confessed to abusing drugs like ecstasy. The 32-year-old also revealed in her cover story that she started smoking weed at age 16.

“Even though everyone thought I was the ‘good girl,’ I did smoke marijuana from that point on. I didn’t get addicted [then] and I wasn’t abusing it. And I wasn’t going out and partying or making a fool of myself … yet,” she said.

The former Nickelodeon star then went on to reveal that she expanded her drug options after trying molly and ecstasy. She also revealed that she never liked cocaine after trying it a few times and that she had developed an extreme addiction to Adderall. Bynes even disclosed that she was chewing Adderrall tablets while filming for 2011’s “Hall Pass.”