Amanda Bynes Tries to Use Google Search Results As Substitute for Valid ID

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Amanda Bynes didn't have a proper ID when she was trying to board a private jet in New Jersey, so she tried to use Google search results to identify herself. %VIRTUAL-Gallery-184282%

Remember when Reese Witherspoon played the celebrity card while her husband was being arrested last month?

Well, now Amanda Bynes has become the most recent celebrity to use "Don't you know who I am?" as her means of identification.

According to TMZ, Amanda was trying to board a private jet in New Jersey when they asked for a government ID and she didn't have one....but the problem-solving starlet quickly found what she thought was a sufficient solution.

"I'm Amanda Bynes!" she screamed and then referred them to Google, which she promised would prove she was who she said she was.

Problem is, TSA doesn't accept Google search results as a valid form of Government ID so Amanda was denied boarding.

Just in case you're wondering: They don't accept verified Twitter accounts, Instagram pics or selfies, either!

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