Google Me, Baby: Amanda Bynes Denied Access To Private Jet After She Allegedly Tried To Use Google As A Form Of ID
“Retired” actress Amanda Bynes makes headlines for doing (and saying) some pretty outrageous things. But the latest controversy surrounding the troubled actress is a little perplexing.
This past weekend Bynes was reportedly turned away from boarding a private jet at an airport in New Jersey after she attempted to use Google in place of her government ID. Sources tell TMZ that the incident occurred on Sunday at Teterboro Airport as Amanda was heading to catch a flight to L.A.
Apparently, the jet’s pilot went from passenger to passenger in the small terminal, checking their IDs before boarding the flight. When he got to Bynes, she revealed that she didn’t have identification because her license had been suspended. We hear that the pilot then told her that due to TSA regulations, he is unable to permit passengers to fly without government ID. Sources say the 27-year-old former child star then began screaming, “I’m Amanda Bynes!” and insisting that the pilot Google her. The pilot attempted to calm Bynes by calling the jet company to see if there was anything that could be done for her, but they refused to budge.