Amanda Bynes has reached financial settlements with both of her hit-and-run victims from earlier this year, and the L.A. City Attorney's office is far from pleased.
As you surely heard, the troubled star was charged with two counts of hit-and-run stemming from separate 2012 in which she hit other people's cars, then bailed.
Bynes has since struck a financial deal with both sets of victims, however, and her attorney then convinced a judge to throw out the criminal charges against her.
The decision infuriated the L.A. City Attorney's Office, to put it mildly.
Prosecutors strongly objected based on the fact that there were multiple incidents - and Amanda Bynes' DUI arrest, a case that's still pending - but were rebuffed.
Speaking of the DUI case, the District Attorney's Office is still moving forward with that case, and it's scheduled to go in front of the judge next month.
Don't expect prosecutors to go easy on her.