Amanda Bynes has been arrested for reckless endangerment after throwing a foot-long b**g out of the window of her 36th floor New York apartment.
The incident came after police arrived to speak to Amanda Bynes about her alleged mar***ana use on Thursday night.
Amanda Bynes, 27, was taken to a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation then to a police station for booking for criminal of possession of mar***ana, reckless endangerment and tampering with evidence.
Sources told NBC News in New York that police were called by the doorman who reported Amanda Bynes was smoking mar***ana in the lobby of her building on West 47th Street.
Officers responding to the call went to Amanda Bynes’ apartment where sources said they noted a “heavy smell of mar***ana and smoke”.
The officers were allowed inside by Amanda Bynes and when they noticed a b**g – a device used to smoke mar***ana – she allegedly threw it out of the high-rise window in front of the officers.
This led to the further charges. Under New York state law, reckless endangerment occurs when a person creates a substantial risk of serious physical injury to another person.
Nobody was injured by the falling b**g.
Amanda Bynes has been arrested for reckless endangerment after throwing a foot-long b**g out of the window of her 36th floor New York apartment
Following her treatment at Roosevelt Hospital, Amanda Bynes was taken to a Midtown police station where she is expected to spend the night before a Friday court appearance.
Amanda Bynes was photographed in police custody on Thursday night as an officer escorted her out of a police station.
The actress was wearing her platinum blonde hair extensions and a black Versace sweatshirt.
The former Nickelodeon star has been exhibiting erratic behavior of late with some eyebrow-raising public outings and online postings.
Amanda Bynes was also arrested in April 2012 in West Hollywood, California on drunken driving charges after the black BMW she was driving struck a black-and-white Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department patrol vehicle.
She has been on probation for driving on a suspended license related to an incident in Burbank, California in 2012 in which her car was impounded.
TMZ reported earlier this year Amanda Bynes was evicted from her apartment for being a “building nuisance”, as neighbors complained about smelling mar***ana smoke from her abode.
Amanda Bynes moved to the Big Apple to become a fashion designer last year, but the fruits of her labor have yet to surface.
Amanda Bynes’ increasingly erratic behavior fails to slow to anything approaching normality, this time she’s been taking “selfies” of her wearing a very revealing lace bra.
Amanda Bynes, 27, has been given full access to her millions, it has been claimed.
The troubled starlet is splashing the cash after deciding to stop saving, according to reports.
Amanda Bynes apparently demanded access to her money – including the funds tied up in investments – a few months ago.
Amanda Bynes’ increasingly erratic behavior fails to slow to anything approaching normality
“While Amanda was growing up her parents and lawyers controlled all of her money, they put it away in investments so that she would be able to have it when she got older,” a source told Radar Online.
“Amanda made a lot of money starting with Nickelodeon and then other TV shows and movies, but she lived like a regular girl when she was young.
“However, a few months ago she demanded that she have complete access to all of the money so she could spend it, not save it anymore.”
Amanda Bynes recently told In Touch magazine that she is as rich as the Olsen twins, Mary-Kate and Ashley, who are believed to have a net worth of $300 million.
However, a source claims that in reality Amanda Bynes “is worth $5 to $6 million”.
“Amanda knows she has a lot of money. Before she wasn’t restricted from getting to it, but a lot of it was tied up in investments and banked for her future, but she insisted that she be able to use all of it as she sees fit and there is nothing anyone can do to stop her from spending it all,” the first insider added.
Amanda Bynes continues to display bizarre behavior and recently shaved off half of her hair.
An American Airlines flight attendant disrupted a flight Friday morning as it was about to take off from Dallas-Fort Worth en route to Chicago, saying over the aircraft intercom system that the plane was going to crash, alluding to 9/11 terrorist attacks and ranting exorcism and about the airline’s bankruptcy.
A cell phone video showing for the first time the flight attendant who caused panic aboard AA flight has emerged today.
The video obtained by NBC Chicago shows a middle-aged woman with reddish-brown hair in uniform convulsing and obviously distressed, yelling at co-workers trying to subdue her to “get out of my way!”.
Passengers were alarmed at her violent, erratic behavior.
“Everyone started freaking out,” passenger Bethany Christakos said.
“She spoke in and out of Spanish,” passenger Carolyn Kazmi told NBC Chicago.
“She talked about the flight crashing, that we were going to go back to the gate.”
Other passengers said that the woman made frequent comments about her medication, and expressed their relief that they weren’t in the air.
Customer Brad LeClear made the call to 911 and then helped assist the flight crew in trying to subdue the woman.
“She claimed when we were holding her, I tried to talk her down and calm her down a little bit,” he told the station.
“She said she was bipolar.”
A cell phone video showing for the first time the flight attendant who caused panic aboard AA flight has emerged today
Flight 2332 was halted after the woman commandeered the plane’s public address system and told passengers there were technical difficulties.
First class travelers helped the cabin crew subdue the attendant, after she started screaming random things like she was “not responsible for crashing this plane” and that they couldn’t take off because there wasn’t enough ice on board, according to witnesses.
The Chicago-bound flight had already departed the gate at Dallas-Fort Worth airport and was just about to take off at about 8:25 a.m., the Dallas Observer reported.
Another attendant tried to calm worried passengers as the woman continued to ramble about America Airlines’ bankruptcy and “rant” about 9/11, said a law enforcement source.
She also reportedly complained about union issues. It took at least five people to restrain the woman.
One passenger said she had to be “thrown into the first row of seats and held down” and sounded “demonic”.
“It was unbelievable”, passenger Bethany Christakos told the Dallas Observer, adding the out-of-control attendant was “screaming bloody murder”.
The woman shrieked as she was handcuffed by police and placed into a police car about 15 minutes after the “altercation” first started.
“She was just screaming – blood-curdling screams,” said Bethany Christakos.
“I will never get that sound of her screaming out of my head.”
Passenger Greg Lozano said: “We were pretty frightened. I was glad we weren’t in the air.”
The plane was turned around and taxied back to the gate, where state trooper escorted two stewardesses off the aircraft.
One of the women was seen fighting police and “kicking and screaming” as she was put in a patrol car.
Both women were later treated in a nearby hospital.
Passengers claimed they heard the attendant, whose name was being withheld, was “off her meds” and suffered from bipolar.
In a statement, American Airlines said the entire crew was replaced and the flight eventually took off for Chicago at 9:46 a.m.
The rest of the journey went smoothly thanks to liberal quantities of alcohol, said Bethany Christakos.
“The attendants were nicer than I ever seen,” she said.
“They completely ran out of alcohol.”
“We commend our other crew members for their assistance in quickly getting the aircraft back to the gate so that customers could be re-accommodated,” American Airlines said.
“Our customers were not in danger at any time. We apologize for any inconvenience to our customers and we appreciate their patience and understanding.”
Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Tony Molinaro said there was “an altercation on board the plane and that’s why it returned to the gate and police were called.”