Amanda Bynes has been accused of another hit-and-run on April 10.
The victim of the accident said that Amanda slammed into a car on the 101 Freeway in the San Fernando Valley on April 10 and then fled the scene.
The car responsible for the accident was a 5 series BMW and was driven by a woman. The victim of the accident gave chase after it occurred, got off the freeway, but lost the car when the driver blew through a red light. TMZ is reporting that the victim was able to write down the license plate and got a profile view of the woman driving.
When the CHP showed up they ran the plate and determined it was a rental vehicle. Eventually, with help from the rental company, the victim of the hit-and-run found out that Amanda Bynes had rented the car. The victim then identified Bynes from a photo line-up – the photo that was taken of the actress in her DUI arrest from just four days before when she clipped a cop car on April 6.
Law enforcement officers day the case was rejected by the filing officer at the LA City Attorney’s office because there was no independent witness to ID Amanda as the driver.