Amanda Bynes Pleads “Not Guilty” to Hit-and-Run Charges


Amanda Bynes Pleads Not Guilty to Hit-and-Run Charges

Amanda Bynes Pleads “Not Guilty” to Hit-and-Run Charges

In Van Nuys, Los Angeles, Amanda Bynes pleaded “not guilty” on two misdemeanor hit-and-run charges that occurred April 10 and August 4. In consequence, Bynes’ driver’s license was suspended August 25, and she was arrested on April 6 due to DUI. The hit-and-run case is due back in court October 19 and the DUI trial date has been set for October 29.

Supposedly, Amanda Bynes is currently in New York in an attempt to escape the paparazzi flash in LA. While in New York, she made a 2 hour visit to the Little Cupcake Bakeshop, where claims have been made that she locked herself up in the bathroom for 30 minutes. When a firefighter tried to communicate with her through the door, she did not respond for about 15 minutes. In addition, sources claim that “police were called regarding an OK to break down the door, but then Bynes emerged as if nothing had happened.” Bynes responded by saying, “Excuse me, I was doing my makeup.”

This bizarre event was similar to another situation that occurred in a dressing room at West Hollywood boutique Kin, where Bynes spent nearly 2 hours. The boutique’s clerk claimed that “banging noises were heard from the room about every 10 minutes.” Another employee had to be called to help with the incident, but Bynes just responded by saying that she needed more time.

If you have been arrested for driving drunk, contact an experienced and skilled California DUI attorney for legal assistance.

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