West Hollywood Sheriff's Station
is facing more legal trouble.
The actress, 26, who was charged with two counts of hit-and-run
relating to alleged incidents in April and August, has had her driver's license suspended, the Los Angeles Times reports.
On April 10, TMZ reported
that while driving a rental car, Bynes slammed into a vehicle on a Los Angeles freeway and fled the scene.
Then, on Aug. 4, a different woman claimed the actress rear-ended her and drove off without exchanging information, TMZ reported
at the time.
If convicted on both misdemeanor counts, Bynes faces up to one year in jail. Her arraignment is scheduled at a Van Nuys, Calif., courthouse on Sept. 27.
Prior to these incidents, Bynes was charged with driving under the influence
in June, following an April 6 arrest
after she collided with a police car in West Hollywood.