Just three days after she was caught driving without headlights, road menace Amanda Bynes, 26, has been ordered by a Los Angeles judge not to drive.
People reports that Superior Court Judge Marsha Raval ruled that the troubled former child actress was not allowed to drive without a valid license. Bynes' license was suspended on Sept. 6, after she was charged with two misdemeanor hit-and-run charges.
Bynes, who was not present at court for the hearing, has had a long string of reckless vehicular incidents since April 2012, including talking on her cellphone, a DUI charge and several collisions. On Tuesday, TMZ posted photographs of a bespectacled Bynes smoking from what looked to be a pipe while in her car -- meaning that the actress was also driving illegally on her suspended license.
And on Thursday -- one day after the court order -- Bynes was again photographed driving in a Sunset Boulevard parking lot by TMZ. The website reported that she also hit the bumper of the car in front of her when exiting the area.
In May, Bynes told a much different story about her driving woes and denied any allegations via her Twitter page. She wrote on May 27: "I can't help but laugh at all of you writing fake stories about me... I was not in any hit and runs. I don't drink so the DUI is false."
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