Rather than banning together to share past experiences or advice between troubled starlets, Lindsay Lohan called out her fellow Disney girl-gone-bad Amanda Bynes on Twitter because she believes her own fate was unfair in comparison.
The post from Lohan, 26, came after news spread that Bynes, who has been the subject of many police encounters lately, had her car impounded for driving on a suspended license on Sunday evening.
"Why did I get put in jail and a nickelodeon star has had NO punishment(s) so far? +," Lohan wrote in her first, encrypted but obvious, tweet.
Bynes was pulled over and cited for driving with a revoked license on Sunday, just one of her many run-ins with the law recently. Back in April, the Nickelodeon actress was arrested and charged for driving under the influences after she hit a police car. She was released without having to post bail the next morning and was charged two months later in June for the DUI. But trouble didn't stop there for Bynes; She was charged on Sept. 4 for two hit-and-runs, one in April and another in August, which resulted in the suspension of her license by the Dept. of Motor Vehicles.
Lohan has quite a similar track record to Bynes though, after being arrested and jailed on several occasions. Her first two DUI and drug possession arrests came in 2007, for which she was sentenced to one day in jail and ten days of community service. She ended up spending 84 minutes in the Los Angeles jail. But after failing to adhere to the terms of her bail with alcohol education classes and failing to make her court hearings, Lohan was sentenced to 90 in jail and served less than two weeks. After a squabble between her and a jeweler who claimed Lohan stole a necklace in 2011, the actress was slapped with 120 days in prison for grand theft and 480 hours of community service. She was jailed for just two hours the same year for missing community service.
But with her tweet about the level of unfairness between her punishments and Bynes' lack thereof, Lohan reflected on how thankful she is for the lessons she has learned along the way.
"These are the moments that I appreciate my life experiences, living without regrets and Disney for supporting me as an actress-night all," Lohan, who was just released from probation in March, wrote.
Amanda Bynes faces three charges, one DUI and two counts of misdemeanor hit-and-run, for which she can face up to six months in prison and a $1,000 fine. She will appear in court on Sept. 21.