An L.A. County judge has ordered that the drunk-driving case against former teen star Amanda Bynes be moved to a mental health court.
Bynes has been under court-ordered psychiatric care after she allegedly started a small fire in front of a Thousand Oaks home in July.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Edward Moreton referred the case to the court's mental health division, where a judge will decide if Bynes is fit for trial, the court said.
Her drunk driving case stems from an April 2012 incident, in which she was charged with driving under the influence in West Hollywood. Police said Bynes struck a sheriff's patrol car and refused to take a sobriety test.
She pleaded not guilty last year to the driving under the influence charge. Her next court date is scheduled for Jan 7.
Bynes, who starred in her own sketch comedy TV series "The Amanda Show" at age 13, has become as famous for her erratic behavior, brushes with the law and odd postings on Twitter as she has for acting.
Last month her mother, Lynn Bynes, was granted temporary legal control of her legal and financial affairs while she undergoes psychiatric treatment.
Bynes, who is on probation in California for driving on a suspended license, faces charges in New York for marijuana possession and throwing a glass bong out of her 36th-floor Manhattan apartment.