Amanda Bynes’ car gets impounded, Lindsay Lohan weighs in

Amanda Bynes has finally been taken off the road – and everybody seems to have an opinion about the troubled star, including Lindsay Lohan.

After being ordered by a judge not to drive following a DUI charge and two counts of hit-and-run, Bynes thumbed her nose at authority, continuing to get behind the wheel and driving her car all over Los Angeles. But on Sunday morning, the 26-year-old’s joy riding came to an end when she was pulled over and issued a ticket for driving with a suspended license (a misdemeanor), and watched as her black BMW was impounded on the spot.

It was unclear where Bynes was headed when she was stopped at 8:20 a.m. on Sunday, but she was wearing skin-tight pants and stiletto shoes, and was apparently alone at the time.

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Bynes – who has been exhibiting peculiar behavior as of late, reportedly talking to herself while alone in public places – must have known this was coming. Less than a week ago she was photographed driving her trash-strewn BMW while smoking something from a pipe. The series of photos, obtained by TMZ, also showed Bynes exiting a parking lot through the entrance, mere feet from two signs that read “Wrong Way” and “Do Not Enter.” Two days later, and after a judge ordered her to stop driving, she was again behind the wheel and hit a parked car. Police were not involved that time but paparazzi snapped photos of the incident.

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One would think Lindsay Lohan, also 26, whose own personal legal troubles have been legendary would zip her lips and steer clear of this Bynes brouhaha. Not a chance. On Sunday night, Lohan weighed in on the “All That” star’s latest run-in with the law, tweeting, “Why did I get put in jail and a nickelodeon star has had NO punishment(s) so far?"

Of course, what Lohan must have forgotten is that she went to jail after she violated her probation stemming from a DUI conviction. Bynes has not been convicted.

That’s not to say Bynes won’t see time in a jail cell. On September 27, she is due in court to face two charges of hit-and-run. After that, she will be back in front of a judge to deal with her April 6 DUI charge, in which she allegedly rear-ended a police cruiser following a night of clubbing.

Following Bynes' initial DUI arrest, she famously tweeted President Obama and asked for his help in getting her out of her legal troubles, writing, "Hey @BarackObama ... I don't drink. Please fire the cop who arrested me. I also don't hit and run. The end."

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