Amanda Bynes Pleads Not Guilty to Driving on Suspended License

Amanda Bynes

The 'Easy A' actress claims innocence when the traffic violation case stemming from her driving without a valid license is taken to court.

Amanda Bynes entered not-guilty plea to two counts of driving on a suspended license, the charges she got from her runs-in with cops on September 16. According to TMZ, she was absent from the court. The next court date is scheduled for November 29.

Bynes was pulled over by airport authority police official near Burbank's Bob Hope Airport last month. She was ticketed for driving without a valid license. An hour and a half after the first incident, she had her car impounded and was cited for the same offense when crossing paths with the cops again.

Besides those charges, the "Easy A" star was facing a DUI charge and two counts of hit-and-run misdemeanor. The former child actress pled not guilty to the hit-and-run charges when the case was taken to court on Thursday, September 27.



    Miller Cerasuolo
    Nov 14, 2012

    Driving is on a suspended license is no joke. In Virginia, penalties include jail time and additional time that your license is suspended. What’s worse, any fines and costs that the court charges you are in addition to reinstatement fees that the Department of Motor Vehicles charges you for each time your license gets suspended. So, the lesson here is that you shouldn’t drive on a suspended license. Especially if you’re as wealthy as Ms. Bynes…I mean really, she couldn’t afford a driver?!?!?!

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