Amanda Bynes was pulled over Sunday in Los Angeles despite the fact that her driver's license was suspended, TMZ reports.
The All That actress, 26, was pulled over for driving without her headlights on, law enforcement officials tell the site, before she was given a verbal warning and released.
Report: Amanda Bynes' license suspended after hit-and-run charges
It is unclear if officers ran Bynes' license, seeing as they did not take action against her for driving with a suspended license. However, it's also unclear if her license was possibly reinstated after it was suspended last week.
Bynes' license was suspended after she was charged with two hit-and-runs, one allegedly from April and other from August. At the time of her first alleged hit-and-run, Bynes was also charged with a DUI but refused a Breathalyzer test, which merits an automatic one-year license suspension.