TV and Film Actress Accused of Hit and Run -- Again TMZ
A well-known television and film actress is accused of her third hit-and-run traffic incident in the past few months, TMZ.com reports.
“A Los Angeles woman filed a police report yesterday afternoon claiming Amanda Bynes rear-ended her and then, after a brief conversation, drove off without exchanging insurance information,” the story reports.
Bynes, known for the TV shows “All That” and “The Amanda Show” along with a number of film roles, was also accused of two hit-and-runs back in May, the report notes. Additionally, she was reportedly arrested on suspicion of DUI on April 6, pleading not guilty in that case.
The website reports: “Kisa (last name withheld) tells TMZ she was driving her Toyota Corolla on Ventura Blvd. in the San Fernando Valley when she was struck by a woman in a black BMW. Kisa tells TMZ she didn't recognize the woman at first -- because she ‘looked like a hot mess’ -- but once they began talking, she realized it was Amanda Bynes.
“Kisa says she got out her insurance card to exchange information, but says Bynes ‘seemed nervous about that.’ She says Bynes told her the damage to the Corolla didn't look that bad and proceeded to push her bumper back into place.”
After Bynes reportedly took off in her car, Kisa called police, who filled out a hit-and-run report, according to the story. Kisa noted that Bynes car had “significant” damage, saying the actress downplayed the damage to both cars.
The report notes: “Kisa says when she told the officer who hit her, the officer replied, ‘Didn't she just get a DUI?’"
Reps for Bynes, who has also appeared in the features "What a Girl Wants," "She's the Man" and "Hairspray," did not respond to requests for comment, the story reports.