September 17, 2012 7:08 PM EST
Lindsay Lohan Complains Via Twitter About Amanda Bynes Not Getting Punished [PHOTOS]
Is it now the battle of the former child stars? Lindsay Lohan has reportedly voiced out unfair treatment through the social networking site "Twitter" about Nickelodeon star Amanda Bynes' recent encounters with the police that clearly reminder her how she had to deal with the law.
"Why did I get put in jail and a nickelodeon star has had NO punishment(s) so far? +," Lohan wrote.
"These are the moments that I appreciate my life experiences, living without regrets and Disney for supporting me as an actress-night all*" Lohan continued to post on "Twitter."
According to reports, Lindsay Lohan's "Twitter" messages come shortly after the news broke out that Amanda Bynes was pulled over by the police for driving with a suspended license. According to Victor Gill, spokesperson for the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority, Amanda Bynes was pulled over this morning at around 8:20 at just the south of Bob Hope Airport. Gill adds that the actress was not arrested or detained. With that, the 26-year old Bynes subsequently got her car impounded.
Amanda Bynes has been on the behind-the-wheel incidents lately with her DUI arrest, two hit-and-run incidents and photographs that show the troubled actress smoking something while she was behind the wheel.
Meanwhile, Amanda Bynes is reportedly due back in court on September 21 to address the conditions of her freedom and her bail concerning her DUI. Judge Marsha Revel noted that she was not ordering Amanda Bynes to be present at the initial hearing. However, Bynes' recent misconduct with the law apparently made the judge change her mind. "It would seem like Ms. Bynes would need to be here in court on that day," Judge Revel said.
Lindsay Lohan was definitely not happy to hear that Amanda Bynes can actually get away with her behavior and not go to jail like she did. However, now that Amanda Bynes is required to make an appearance on court, will this make Lindsay Lohan feel that there is actually no unfair treatment when it comes to breaking the law?