Amanda Bynes throws tantrum after private jet snub
AMANDA Bynes was denied entry to a private jet because she didn't have any ID.
The 'Easy A' actress was attempting to board a flight to Los Angeles from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey and when she couldn't produce a valid form of government issued identification, she demanded staff simply google her to confirm her identity.
According to TMZ, staff at the airport refused to let Amanda, 27, board the flight and she started screaming, "I'm Amanda Bynes!" at them.
In December, Amanda - who has worried friends and family with her recent antics - settled two hit-and-run cases after reaching a civil compromise with her victims, saving herself from a potential 12 months.
Along with her legal troubles, she was involved in two bizarre episodes in September 2012, locking herself in a store changing room for nearly two hours and refusing to come out and stripping off during a gym class.
However, she is said to have recently reached out to her worried parents, Lynne and Rick, months after cutting off all contact with them.
A source said: "Amanda reconnected with her parents and it was a really positive talk on both ends.
"Her parents are good people who are genuinely concerned for her. And Amanda misses them, so she finally called them up."