Amanda Bynes' attorney entered not guilty pleas on her behalf on two misdemeanor hit-and-run charges Thursday in Van Nuys.
The charges are related to accidents that occurred April 10 and Aug. 4, according to L.A. Now. The former actress' license — she's retired now from acting, don't forget — was suspended Aug. 25 following those incidents and an arrest April 6 on suspicion of DUI.
The hit-and-run case is due back in court Oct. 19, and the 26-year-old has a trial date regarding the DUI on Oct. 29.
Bynes, meanwhile, has been hanging out in New York since last weekend, allegedly because she was tired of being followed by paparazzi in Los Angeles. New York, of course, is also a nifty place to be for someone who says she wants to launch a fashion line.