Amanda Bynes’ flight from New Jersey did not go as expected when she was rejected from boarding a plane due to a lack of identification.
Bynes was rejected from taking a private jet flight after the pilot said she cannot use Google as proof of her identification
Citing sources at the airport, TMZ reported that Bynes said her driver’s license was suspended and had no other form of identification. She asked the pilot to search her on Google and said, “I’m Amanda Bynes.”
She was set to depart the plane at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey to Los Angeles.
A representative was adamant that she could not be let on the plane without the proper ID, according to the website.
Earlier this month, Bynes pleaded no contest to driving with a suspended license.