Amanda Bynes Pleads No Contest in Suspended License Case
(BURBANK, Calif.) -- Amanda Bynes has resolved a suspended license case that dates back to last year.
An attorney for the eccentric actress entered a no-contest plea on her behalf in a Burbank, Calif., court to a charge of driving with a suspended license, according to E! News.
As part of the plea deal, the 27-year-old Bynes was sentenced to three years' probation. She was also fined 14 hundred dollars.
Bynes previously pleaded not guilty to driving while on a suspended license following an incident last September in which she was pulled over and her car was impounded.
Last December, Bynes reached settlements in two hit-and-run cases.
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