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Amanda Bynes Hits Another Car After Banned From Driving

September 15, 2012 05:03:14 GMT

The 'Easy A' actress reportedly covers her face with a blanket when accidentally hitting the bumper of a car in front of her.


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Amanda Bynes apparently ignored judge's order not to drive. The former child star was spotted sitting behind the wheel of her black BMW on Thursday night, September 13. Adding piles to her traffic-violation list, she bumped into the back of another car.

According to E! News, Bynes drove her car out of a parking lot on Sunset Boulevard in West Hollywood when she was involved in the accident. The actress reportedly maneuvered her car while shielding her face from the paparazzi with a blanket.

"You just hit my car are you serious?!" the female driver of the car scowled at Bynes. No one was injured and no serious damage was made. The "Easy A" actress and the other driver left the scene without exchanging any information.

Bynes is currently facing DUI charge and two counts of hit-and-run misdemeanor. She continued to drive although her license was suspended. The situation was recently addressed in a court hearing that ended with her being banned from driving without a valid driver's license.

Her driving mishaps continued when she was pulled over by police for driving without headlights on. Luckily, she was not asked about her license. Most recently, she was caught on camera smoking from what looked like a marijuana pipe while inside her car.

© AceShowbiz.com




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posted by JA on Sep 15, 2012
Sorry about the double post. Had trouble getting it to work right.
posted by JA on Sep 15, 2012
To the writer of the article, What do you mean "luckily" she was not asked about her license? How irresponsible! Lucky for who? Quite the opposite. It would be lucky for all, including her, if she were caught. This girl needs help and needs to stop driving until she gets help and then has her driving privilege legally restored when she is capable of being safe on the road - for all our sakes.
posted by JA on Sep 15, 2012
What do you mean "luckily" she was not asked about her license? Lucky for who? Quite the opposite. It would be lucky for all, including her, if she were caught. This girl needs help and needs to stop driving until she gets help and then has her driving privilege legally restored when she is capable of being safe on the road - for all our sakes.
posted by deja Vu on Sep 15, 2012
Put her IN JAIL. She obviously wants to go; OBLIGE HER.

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