Lawyer Defends Amanda Bynes, Says She's 'A Fine Client'
Recent reports of all the happenings in Amanda Bynes's life have been greatly exaggerated, according to her attorney, Richard Hutton.
Hutton, who is handling the troubled star's DUI case, says she's being unfairly targeted.
"I think (the reports) are way exaggerated," Hutton tells People magazine. "I think Amanda's fine. I have no problems with her whatsoever. She's a fine client. Every time I've talked to her, I've had nice, attorney-client normal relations with her."
The attorney is also convinced that his client's recent charges of marijuana possession, tampering with evidence and reckless endangerment will be dropped -- because the prosecution doesn't have enough evidence to back the charges.
"The New York case doesn't seem like much of a case, really. I mean, come on. Even if you believe everything you hear, it's something that amounts to virtually nothing," he says. "And it's my understanding there's not much evidence to back that case up. There's no physical evidence to back it up. I understand there's no marijuana, no pipe."
Bynes was busted a week ago for allegedly smoking marijuana in the lobby of her apartment building. The police were called and found her at her 36th floor home, where she was allegedly found possessing the substance and threw a bong out of her window, endangering people below.
TMZ.com sent one of their producers to climb up to the roof of the third floor, where some broken pieces of glass and cigarette butts were found. The website reported that it was the remains of Amanda's bong, but (sorry guys), the photo isn't very convincing.
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