Amanda Bynes pleads not guilty to driving on a suspended license

amanda-bynes-mugshot-arrest-court-getty-spin-class.jpg Amanda Bynes pleaded not guilty Monday (Oct. 15) to two counts of driving on a suspended license.

The "What I Like About You" actress did not appear in court, according to TMZ. Bynes' attorney entered the pleas on her behalf. Another hearing on the case is scheduled for Nov. 29.

Bynes was pulled over in September outside the Burbank Airport when police discovered her license was suspended. They impounded her car and ticketed the actress.

On Sept. 27, Bynes also pleaded not guilty to two misdemeanor counts of hit-and-run. She is still awaiting trial on her DUI charge stemming from an April 6 arrest.
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