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Lindsay: Why is Amanda Bynes not in jail?

2012-09-18 11:02
 
Lindsay Lohan Amanda Bynes
Los Angeles - Lindsay Lohan thinks that Amanda Bynes should be punished for her driving offences.

The former Disney star has had her fair share of run-ins with the law and has served jail time for crimes committed behind the wheel and doesn't think it's fair that fellow actress Amanda has not yet been arrested for her ongoing driving indiscretions.

Lindsay tweeted on Monday: "Why did I get put in jail and a nickelodeon star has had NO punishment(s) so far?"

She continued to say:

Amanda, 26, was cited last Tuesday driving without a licence and puffing what looked like a marijuana pipe and Lindsay's angry comments came hours after Amanda was once again caught driving on Sunday without a licence, this time resulting in her car being impounded.

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 influence in April.

The Hairspray star has been charged with two misdemeanour counts of hit-and-run, relating to accidents she's had behind the wheel.

- BangShowBiz

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