BURBANK, Calif. -- Prosecutors have charged Amanda Bynes with knowingly driving on a suspended license. It’s the third court case the actress has racked up in recent months.
Bynes was charged Friday in Burbank, Calif., with two counts of driving on a suspended license. The charges stem from an incident Sunday that led to her car being impounded.
Bynes faces two other cases -- a drunken driving case and a hit-and-run case involving two accidents. Bynes’ driver’s license was revoked in August, and a judge last week ordered her to stop driving.
The 26-year-old starred in the Nickelodeon series "All That" and the 2010 film "Easy A." She has pleaded not guilty in the DUI case.