Posted on Tue Oct 16, 2012 10:30 AM PDT
Troubled starlet Amanda Bynes entered two not guilty pleas today for driving on a suspended license.
Well, Bynes had her attorney enter the pleas for her in California, as she is still reportedly in New York City pursuing a fashion career, but she's set to return to Los Angeles as soon as this week for another court case.
Bynes was charged after police pulled her over in Burbank last month, and after learning that her license was suspended, they impounded her black BMW. The case is due back in court on November 29, and two weeks ago her attorney plead not guilty on two hit-and-run charges. Superior Court Judge Rebecca Omens has ordered Bynes back to L.A. for that hearing on Friday, October 19.
Bynes was arrested on suspicion of a DUI on April 6 when she allegedly hit a police car in West Hollywood (she was charged in June), and she was reportedly accused of two other hit-and-run incidents on May 5 and May 27, but no reports were filed for either of those incidents.
Think she'll come back in time or will she pull a Lohan and miss her court date?
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