Amanda Bynes Pleads Not Guilty, Offered Job on VH1

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Amanda Bynes pleaded not guilty Thursday in her hit-and-run case, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The 26-year-old actress faces two hit-and-run charges in connection with accidents that occurred in April and August.

Bynes' attorney entered the plea on her behalf. She faces six months in jail on each count if convicted.

Bynes also has a pending DUI case stemming from an arrest in April.

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Bynes' personal problems have not caused her to lose work, however. The executive producer of the VH1 morning show "Big Morning Buzz Live" has invited her to join the cast as a correspondent.

"Amanda Bynes has been a Hollywood insider for over 15 years. Her insight on the entertainment business would prove invaluable to our show," Executive Producer Shane Farley told The Huffington Post.

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