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DUI Amanda Bynes Strikes Deputy's Cruiser

April 06, 2012  | 

Photo: LASD
Photo: LASD

Actress Amanda Bynes, 26, was arrested early Friday for drunk driving after she struck the black-and-white patrol car of a Los Angeles Sheriff's Department deputy.

Bynes, who's appeared in "What a Girl Wants" and "She's the Man," struck the deputy's marked unit at 3 a.m. in West Hollywood at the intersection of Robertson and Santa Monica boulevards.

The deputy was preparing to turn right onto Santa Monica Boulevard when Bynes' black BMW attempted to pass to the right of the radio car. She collided with the right rear quarter panel of the radio car.

Bail was set at $5,000.

Tags: Drunk Driving, L.A. County Sheriff, Celebrities


Comments (3)

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M.Conner @ 4/7/2012 3:58 AM

She has really fallen off the radar{so to speak} the last few years. Hopefully this DWI is a wake up call.

Lt. Robert Tester @ 6/7/2012 4:15 PM

Lying about it Miss Bynes won't make it go away honey. Just do the right thing and all will be okay. This is not the end of the world for you. Do right, be right. Take responsibility for your actions and be a positive role model for other young ladies. Okay?

Frank @ 6/7/2012 4:30 PM

I would post a comment but Chuckle Chops and Hollywood is not worth it.

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