Amanda Bynes: More Dangerous after 6th Minor Fender-bender

Apparently, last week was the busiest or most troubled week for young Hollywood star Amanda Bynes.

Last September 9, Sunday, Bynes was reportedly stopped by Los Angeles police for driving with her headlights off. However, she was not asked by the police to show her license and was subsequently permitted to go back on the road. Probably, those cops weren’t aware that Bynes’ license had been suspended since August 25.

On September 11, Tuesday, Bynes was photographed illegally driving without purpose along the streets of Los Angeles while stopping in a few occasions to smoke from a drug pipe while inside her car.

Meanwhile, during a September 12 hearing, the Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Marshal Revel ordered Bynes not to drive without a valid driver’s license. Revel had also previously presided over some of Lindsay Lohan’s case.

Unfortunately, the next day after she was being warned by the judge, Bynes was again spotted driving illegally in Sunset Boulevard. What was even worse is that she had bumped her black BMW into a parked car the same day. Counting back from her previous car accidents, it was actually her sixth minor fender-bender.

According to a news report released by the TMZ, Bynes and the driver of the other car both left the scene without exchanging information since the damage incurred by the car was very minor.

Also, it was yet unclear whether the other driver reported the incident to the cops.

In one of the blog posts publicized by one of Mesriani Law Group’s personal injury lawyers, it claimed that Bynes could possibly face jail time if she will be convicted during her scheduled arraignment later this month. Incidentally, things seem to be going that way. Perhaps, Bynes already realized it, which is why she seems to be currently enjoying her freedom in its maximum level while she is not yet sentenced for her misdemeanors.

Hopefully, someone would eventually stop Bynes from her dangerous driving habit since aside from being unlawful, she also poses threat to other people’s safety while on the road.

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