Adam Hicks remains behind bars and has yet to enter a plea in his armed robbery case, three weeks after his arrest.

The 25-year-old actor, known for roles in Zeke and Luther and the 2011 Disney Channel Original Movie Lemonade Mouth, was charged with felony second-degree robbery and attempted second-degree robbery after allegedly carrying out several armed robberies in Los Angeles with a woman believed to be his girlfriend, Danni Tamburro. If convicted as charged, he faces a possible maximum sentence of more than 60 years in state prison. Bail was set at $550,000.

He has not posted the bond. Wearing an L.A. County jail orange jumpsuit and sporting disheveled hair, a chain around his waist and handcuffs, a glum-looking Hicks appeared at an arraignment on Friday and his attorney filed a bail review request. The judge stated that it will be addressed at a hearing next month.

Adam Hick, Court


Prosecutors filed an amended complaint and Hick's lawyer filed a motion to continue the arraignment, as the actor's lead attorney is tied up in a different trial. Hicks' lawyer also filed a motion to allow the actor face-to-face contact with an "expert" while in custody and to allow use of an electronic device.

Adam Hicks

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Police had said last month that Hicks and Tamburro, who is suspected of being the driver during the robberies, were detained in a home and that stolen property was found inside the residence. None of their alleged victims were injured.

Tamburro, who was released from custody a day after their arrests, appeared at Hicks' arraignment wearing a black dress and accompanied by three people, including a lawyer. She did not make any eye contact with or speak to Hicks. or verbal contact whatsoever with Adam.

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