Amanda Bynes: Car pulled again and impounded by police
Actress Amanda Bynes has been pulled over once again by the police and had her car taken away, it has been reported.
Amanda was stopped while driving in Burbank, California on Sunday (September 16), according to TMZ.
The 'What I Like About You' actress had her black BMW impounded by the officers and was also issued with a misdemeanor ticket for driving while her licence is suspended.
Later, a spokesperson for the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority, Victor Gill, told People: "I can confirm that Amanda Bynes was cited at approximately 8.20am Sunday for driving with a suspended license. Her car was impounded and she received a misdemeanor citation.
"She was not arrested. I believe she was by herself. This occurred on Hollywood Way, just south of the main entrance to the Bob Hope Airport."
Last week, prosecutors at Los Angeles has confirmed that, Bynes's licence has been suspended, as a number of her alleged driving offences are investigated.
On June 5, Bynes was charged with driving under the influence and has entered a not guilty plea. She declined to submit to a breath test at the time of her arrest.
The troubled artist also faces two misdemeanor hit-and-run charges for separate incidents in April and August of this year.