Amanda Bynes Ordered Not To Drive By Judge: [ send to a friend ]
L.A. Superior Court Judge Marsha Revel told Bynes her license had already been suspended and ordered her not to drive, four days after she was pulled over by police once again -- this time for driving without her headlights on.
"We haven't completed her DMV hearing so she couldn't have lost her license on that," Bynes's attorney Bob Wilson told the judge. However, he later discovered that her license does in fact already come up as suspended.
It's believed Bynes' license was automatically suspended back in April because she refused to take a Breathalyzer test when she was pulled over after hitting a cop car, which can warrant an automatic suspension if police suspect a DUI.
So the 26-year-old had been driving on a suspended license ever since then, which resulted in the order from the judge.
Bynes will be arraigned on the hit-and-run charges later this month, each of which carries a maximum sentence of six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.