Amanda Bynes Accused of Hit & Run AGAIN

Amanda BynesOnce was bad enough; twice was completely inexcusable; but now reports say that Amanda Bynes has been involved in yet another hit-and-run accident. If true, it means that's three times in two months she's been involved in car accidents, and it's more than time that someone takes away her keys for a long, long time.

According to TMZ, the case most recently to come to light occurred April 10 when she slammed into a car on the 101 Freeway in the San Fernando Valley, then took off. The victim wrote down the license plate number, which reportedly was that of a rental car rented to none other than Bynes.

That was just four days after Bynes was arrested for a DUI after she sideswiped a police car. In fact, the victim identified Bynes via that mugshot. It gets even worse then.


She clearly didn't learn from those incidents, since as we know, she got involved in yet another hit-and-run accident earlier this month. Only that time she said she didn't even feel it. It took six cars and a helicopter to inform her of the little accident, which is scary on plenty of levels.

Of course those are in addition to the time she got busted for texting while driving and the one where she was spotted making a conspicuously slow and clumsy 3-point-turn into an L.A. restaurant's driveway.

Why does this girl still have keys?

Everyone makes mistakes, yes, but Bynes is clearly out of control, or a really bad driver. Probably both. She needs to get the hell off of the road and stay off until she can grow up and learn the skill or she's going to seriously hurts someone or herself.

While a judge has thrown out the charges regarding the April 10 incident because there was no independent witness, let's hope that it's at least taken into account. She's supposed to appear in court June 6 for the DUI charges, and hopefully the punishment will be swift and severe and keep her off of the road for a long time to come.

Can you believe Amanda Bynes was involved in yet another car accident?



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