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Amanda Bynes' High Driving Spreads Terror

The former teen star, recently spotted smoking pot in her car, is called out by half the LAPD.

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By Bryan Le

09/14/12

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Is Amanda Bynes just another in a long line of former teen celebs to crash and burn, or is she—as half the LAPD reportedly suggests—a particularly deadly danger to the whole of Los Angeles? Some people are even worrying that she'll become the next Lindsay Lohan. To be fair, Bynes is on quite a streak of vehicular violations: she was caught talking on her cell while driving in March, drunkenly sideswiped a police car in April, hit-and-ran twice in a span of five months, and finally got her license suspended in September. Then earlier this week TMZ spotted her driving on a suspended license, smoking pot from a pipe disguised as a car cigarette lighter. 

But if the cops who lined up to speak with TMZ are to be believed, Bynes represents the physical manifestation of Death Race 2000 and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. "She's on the same road as my wife and kids and I'm scared about getting a call in the middle of the night that my little one is dead,” says one experienced patrol officer. "She's addicted to something and she's driving a deadly weapon and is going to kill someone. It scares the shit out of me." In a city that's been ravaged by earthquakes and wildfires, one veteran motor cop calls Bynes "easily" a perfect 10 on a one-to-10 scale of dangerousness. "The public should be afraid of her. From looking at the photos, and what she's smoking, she has no sense of reality,” declares another cop. Bynes may still be hoping her July Twitter request for a presidential pardon gets through: “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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