(LOS ANGELES) — Amanda Bynes has reached settlements in her two hit-and-run cases, according to E! Online.
Bynes’ attorney, Richard Hutton, appeared in court in Van Nuys, Calif., on Wednesday with legal papers signed by the two victims of the alleged incidents that occurred on April 10 and on Aug. 4. According to the documents, the parties involved indicated they had received “full satisfaction” and wanted to have the matters permanently dismissed.
Hutton tells E! News that “Amanda is satisfied and grateful for this outcome of the case.”
Judge Thomas Rubinson dismissed the two cases, despite a strong objection from the city attorney’s office. L.A. prosecutors reportedly did not want to see the cases dismissed due to the fact that there were multiple hit-and-runs and Bynes still has a DUI case pending.
Bynes is also still facing two counts of driving while on a suspended license.
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