Washington, Sept 28: Amanda Bynes, who is charged in 2 hit-and-run cases, was not present at her hearing at Van Nuys, California, but her attorney pleaded not guilty on her behalf.
Stemming from incidents on April 10 and August 4, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Rebecca Omens said that the 26-year-old actress, who is currently in New York, should be back in Los Angeles within 48 hours of her next hearing, due on October 19, People magazine reported.
Apart from the two hit-and-run cases, the 'She's the Man' star is also facing a DUI charge and two counts of driving with a suspended license.
According to Los Angeles Times, Bynes' April case was reopened following the August accident, in which a driver claimed that she had rear-ended and damaged her Toyota.
The allegations were that Bynes stopped only briefly after the accident, declared there was no damage and then drove off.
Lt. Andrew Neiman of the LAPD told the publication that investigators determined the alleged victim's car had about 800 dollars in damages, and that Bynes did not notify police or exchange insurance information as it is required by the law. (ANI)