Actress Amanda Bynes may have been ordered not to drive but she was pulled over on Sunday morning, resulting in her car being impounded.
Victor Gill of the Burbank Airport Police confirmed that Bynes, 26, was stopped and she ended up being cited for driving with a suspended license.
According to People, Bynes was cited Sunday morning around 8:30 a.m., and she received a misdemeanor citation. Her car was also impounded, according to Gill. Gill also said that the actress was not arrested and that the incident took place near the main entrance to the Bob Hope Airport.
According to Zimbio, earlier this month Bynes was charged with not one but two hit and runs. One was dated April 10 while the other was dated August 4. As of now it is not clear how this recent incident will impact when she will be able to drive again, legally.
According to TMZ, she was also pulled over earlier this month on September 9. Even though Bynes had a suspended license she was only given a verbal warning and she was let go.
Bynes will have to appear in court on September 27 for her arraignment. If Bynes is convicted on both misdemeanor counts, then she could end up facing a year in jail.