Prosecutors Reopen Amanda Bynes' April Hit-and-Run Case
The troubles seem to just keep piling up for Amanda Bynes.
Prosecutors have reopened a previously dismissed hit-and-run case against the actress after she was accused of another hit-and-run on August 4, TMZ reports.
The Los Angeles County Attorney is going to re-examine an incident in April in which Bynes was accused of rear-ending a BMW and fleeing the scene, according to TMZ. The case was initially rejected because there were no witnesses.
In the past few months, Bynes has been involved in several car accidents and has been accused of hit-and-runs in the majority of them. In June, she pled not guilty to a DUI charge stemming from a separate incident in which she struck a police car. Just last week, she was involved in another collision when she was allegedly rear-ended in the San Fernando Valley.