exclusive Amanda Bynes is no longer in the clear for an alleged hit-and-run back in April — our sources has learned the L.A. City Attorney is taking a new look at that case because of Amanda”s other hit-and-run earlier this month.
As our sources first reported, Bynes allegedly rear-ended a BMW, and fled the scene while driving a rental on the 101 Freeway. The L.A. City Attorney”s Office rejected the case because there was no independent witness to finger Amanda as the suspect.
Law enforcement sources tell us that all changed when Bynes was accused, yet again, of hit-and-run on August 4.
We”re told prosecutors have decided to re-open the April incident — which means Amanda could end up with 2 misdemeanor hit-and-runs … with each carrying a max sentence of 6 months.
Don”t forget, Bynes also has a DUI on her plate for a whole other incident. She pled not guilty to that one back in June.