Troubled actress Amanda Bynes has been placed on an emergency psychiatric hold following an incident in Thousand Oaks, California on Monday (22Jul13).
Police were called to the neighbourhood after the Easy A star allegedly tried to start a fire in a resident's driveway, where she was accused of trespassing.
She was questioned over the small blaze and cops decided to take her into custody to undergo an involuntary mental evaluation, also known as a 5150 hold, reports Tmz.com.
Captain Don Aguilar of the Ventura County Sheriff's Department tells the New York Daily News: "Deputies investigated the incident and determined that (Bynes) met the criteria of 5150 (California Welfare & Institutions Code).
"She was detained and taken for a mental health evaluation."
Patients held on a 5150 order can only be kept under surveillance for up to 72 hours.
Byne's latest detainment occurred just a day after she was spoken to by police officers after allegedly turning up drunk outside an old people's home in Thousand Oaks on Sunday (21Jul13).
The two incidents are the latest in a string of woes for the actress - she is facing a charge of driving under the influence after allegedly crashing her car into a police vehicle last year (12), and a further accusation of driving on a suspended licence several months later. She is also accused of reckless endangerment, tampering with evidence and possessing marijuana after reportedly throwing a bong out of her apartment window during a police raid in May (13).