Amanda Bynes Ordered Not To Drive
Amanda Bynes, 26, should have saved her one plea to President Barack Obama for when she really needed it. On Wednesday, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Marsha Revel (who has presided over some of Lindsay Lohan's brushes with the law) ordered Bynes, who has starred in such flicks as Easy A and Hairspray, not to drive without a valid license, as hers has reportedly been suspended due to her facing a series of driving-related violations, including a DUI charge and two hit-and-run counts.
But the following night she was behind the wheel in West Hollywood, where she reportedly tapped the bumper of a parked car, reports People.
The matter was addressed in court by Revel after Bynes was pulled over on Sunday for driving without her headlights on. Bynes' attorney, Bob Wilson, reportedly attended the hearing without his client. Bynes will be called on to appear in court at least twice more this month — though maybe more at this rate. On September 21, she is set to face a judge for her DUI charge, dating back to a June incident, and on September 27 she will appear for her two hit-and-run counts for accidents that occurred on April 10 and August 4. If convicted, she could face up to a year in jail and / or a $2000 fine, reports E! Online.
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