Amanda Bynes Enters Non-Guilty Plea in Hit-and-Run Cases
Amanda Bynes' alleged hit-and-run cases went to court on Thursday, September 27. The "Easy A" actress pled not guilty to two counts of hit-and-run, which are only a few of her alleged driving violations over the past six months.
The charges are based on two separate incidents, one which occurred in April and the other in August. Bynes was accused of smashing into other cars and fled the scene. She was initially not charged in the first case but the file was reopened after the August crash.
Bynes did not appear on the court date and entered her pleas through her lawyers. She faces up to six months in jail for each count, if convicted. She is due to attend the court session on October 19.
Bynes has previously laughed off all the reports about her driving erratically which caused her license to be suspended. "I can't help but laugh at all of you writing fake stories about me," she said back in May. "I was not in any hit and runs. I don't drink so the DUI is false."
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