Amanda Bynes is getting in trouble in her car what feels like every other day. In another new development surrounding Bynes and her car troubles, a judge has officially ordered Bynes to hand over her keys and stay off the road. As a suspended license hasn't reportedly stopped Bynes from getting behind the wheel, People reports that L.A. Superior Court Judge Marsha Revel has said that Amanda is forbidden from driving.
During a hearing on Wednesday, the District Attorney's Office specifically asked the judge to take a look a the situation regarding Bynes' suspended license. But Bynes — who is currently facing charges of DUI and two counts of hit-and-run — herself was not in the courtroom. Her attorney Bob Wilson attended the hearing on behalf of Bynes instead.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Bynes' license was suspended by the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) — but the actress was reportedly stopped on Sunday by police because her headlights weren't on. TMZ also posted pictures of Amanda allegedly driving on Tuesday, and then again, on Thursday.
All of this has to make you wonder why the 26-year-old actress doesn't just hire a chauffeur for the time being.
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