Amanda Bynes' car impounded
Los Angeles - The Los Angeles Police Department has impounded Amanda Bynes' car, reports E! News.
After being pulled over by police officers the actress, who had been driving around with a suspended licence, subsequently got her car impounded.
Spokesperson for the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority Victor Gills confirmed to E! that Bynes was pulled over and issued a citation for driving with a suspended licence. After this, her car was taken away. Gills added that the actress was not arrested or detained.
Will have to attend court hearing
The Department of Motor Vehicles suspended her licence on 25 August
after she is believed to have refused to take a sobriety test when she
was stopped for driving under the influence in April.
Bynes will have to attend a court hearing on 21 September to address the conditions of her bail concerning the DUI.
Judge Marsha Revel noted that the actress was not obliged to be present for the initial hearing, but urged her to rethink attending the hearing. "It would seem like Ms Bynes would need need to be here in court on that day," Judge Revel said.