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Seriously? Amanda Bynes Pulled Over, Gets Verbal Warning

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It didn't take long for retired actress Amanda Bynes to get back behind the wheel, and pulled over after having her license suspended. While it's unlikely her license has been reinstated, for some reason the authority pulling her over for not having her headlights on opted to send Bynes on her way with just a verbal warning.TMZ reports Bynes was pulled over in L.A. Sunday night, though where specifically the traffic stop took place and under which law enforcement's jurisdiction is not indicated. The gossip site adds that Bynes' reps did not return calls for comment.

Recently, prosecutors charged Bynes in two hit-and-runs, and she could face up to a year in jail.

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