Bynes yesterday (September 27) pleaded not guilty to two misdemeanour charges of hit-and-run after a string of highly publicised alleged traffic offences.
Speaking on Entertainment Tonight, the mother of Lindsay Lohan refused to say too much about Bynes's recent behaviour, which has reportedly resulted in her being dropped by her lawyer, agent and publicist.
"You know, I'm a mother, and I feel that's for her mother to speak about and not me," Dina said. "Because people have spoken for my child and myself, so I really feel that's for her parents to discuss and Amanda herself."
However, asked to give general advice for parents, Dina replied: "Just be around... It's hard when your daughter's not, you know, over 18, and you want to let them go... and they want to, you know, feel like they're in control of themselves. So it's a very strategic place for a parent to be, but she'll be okay."
Earlier this year, Bynes pleaded 'not guilty' to a count of driving under the influence, while she was recently charged with driving on a suspended licence.
Meanwhile, Lindsay Lohan previously complained about the lack of punishment handed out to Bynes.