The City Attorney's Office of Burbank, California has officially charged actress Amanda Bynes with two counts of knowingly driving under a suspended license, ET has learned.
The starlet, who had her car impounded on September 16 after being stopped for a second time driving under a suspended license, now faces suspended license charges in addition to previous DUI and hit-and-run charges, which could result in up to six months in jail for each offense if convicted.
In addition to a string of bizarre incidents in recent months, Bynes was caught on camera earlier this week in an apparent struggle with a paparazzo in Los Angeles. The photographer, Vladimir Labissiere, tells ET the former teen star grabbed his arm, resulting in minor injuries.
According to documents obtained by ET, Bynes has until October 16 to attend to the suspended license charges