Amanda Bynes’ parents are eager to find out more information about their daughter’s DUI arrest on Sunday and her whereabouts, because they are unaware of where their daughter has been living since her conservatorship ended.
The star was charged with driving under the influence of drugs after she was pulled over by California Highway Patrol officers in the San Fernando Valley.
She was later released after posting $15,000 bail and her parents have spoken out to explain they did not post her bail and are still in the dark about her arrest.
Bynes’ father Rick tells TMZ he thought she was living in New York after her conservatorship ended earlier this month and she moved out of their California home.
The actress has been battling legal issues since 2012, but in June, she was celebrating after charges relating to a marijuana possession arrest last year were dismissed.
Bynes was charged with reckless endangerment, criminal possession of marijuana and tampering with evidence when New York City police raided her apartment in May, 2013.
In January, a judge ruled the case would be dismissed if the 28-year-old agreed to get treatment and stay out of trouble for six months.
Meanwhile, in April, her driver’s licence was reissued after it was suspended when Bynes was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) and hit-and-run charges in 2012.
Bynes faces jail time if a judge revokes her probation, according to the Los Angeles Times. The actress was already on three years’ probation for striking a Los Angeles County sheriff’s cruiser while under the influence in April 2012.