Amanda Bynes' arrest in New York could spell trouble for the TV star back in Los Angeles, where she has had several run-ins with the law and is currently on probation.
Last year, she pleaded no contest to driving with a suspended license in a case filed by the Los Angeles city attorney. She was placed on three years informal probation and a second charge was dismissed.
The Los Angeles district attorney's office has filed a driving under the influence case against her for an incident last year in which she allegedly hit a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department cruiser in West Hollywood.
Jane Robison, a district attorney's office spokeswoman, said Friday that case is still pending.
Bynes was arrested Thursday after she allegedly tossed a bong out of her Manhattan apartment window, according to the Ministry of Gossip.