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Amanda Bynes Driving Erratically After Smoking From Pipe

By: , NewsOXY Reporter
09/14/2012 01:10 PM ET

Amanda Bynes was photographed smoking what appeared to be a marijuana pipe disguised as a cigarette lighter in her car. The actress was also involved in a hit and run earlier today after witnessess spotted her driving erratically on a suspended license.

Amanda Bynes

At first, the 26-year-old sat quietly in the parking lot of a Baja Fresh restaurant in the San Fernando Valley, allegedly taking hits from the drug pipe device and chowing down on tacos.

Bynes then reportedly went to a spa for three hours before taking to the roads, driving on a recently suspended license and allegedly weaving in and out of traffic, cutting off fellow drivers.

The former "All That" actress then parked at a Home Depot, where she was again allegedly spotted smoking from the pipe.

Bynes is currently facing several charges in different cases of hit-and-run stemming from an initial incident on the L.A. freeway in April, and then another fender bender on August 4.

Though Bynes initially avoided prosecution for the first case, wherein she collided with a cop car, the L.A. City Attorney decided to reopen her case after the second incident, according to TMZ.

The DMV also suspended her license on Aug. 25, possibly following her refusal to take a sobriety test for the suspected DUI in April.

A refusal to take the test in California results in an automatic license suspension.

Bynes took to Twitter in a strange appeal to President Obama to help her with the situation.

"Hey @BarackObama... I don't drink," she tweeted. "Please fire the cop who arrested me. I also don't hit and run. The end."

If convicted of the two cases of hit-and-run, Bynes could face six months in jail for each charge.

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