by Gina Cassini | Top Right News
Top Right News reported in July on the surveillance video which clearly showed that the then-Bruce Jenner was culpable in the death of a woman when his Escalade plowed into two different cars:
The footage not only shows Jenner, but a close up of the white Lexus sedan driver, 69-year-old Kim Howe, after Jenners black Escalade crashed into her sedan. Jenner knocked Howe into oncoming traffic, where she was killed on impact after colliding with a black Hummer.
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Jenner then also hit a black Prius, owned by 29-year-old Jessica Steindorff, before finally applying his brakes clear negligence, experts agree.
Rumors were swirling that Jenner may end up being serving jail time for the incident, especially since the L.A. County court found her conduct to be negligent.
In fact as TRN reported last month, the L.A. Sheriff wanted manslaughter charges to be brought.
But none of that is going to happen, and the result is going to outrage many Americans, not the least the family of the victim.
Reports are coming in that prosecutors have declined to charge the celebrity with any criminal wrongdoing, leaving Jenner free and clear.
They claim there just wasnt enough evidence to convict.
Unbelievable. NOTHING? Not even reckless driving? There truly is a different standard for celebrities especially one that has been a media darling for the past 6 months.
Blair Berk, Jenners attorney, released a statement on the matter, which ABC has transcribed:
We believed from the start that a thorough and objective investigation would clear Caitlyn of any criminal wrongdoing.
We are heartened the district attorney has agreed that even a misdemeanor charge would be inappropriate.
A traffic accident, however devastating and heartbreaking when a life is lost, is not necessarily a criminal matter.
Caitlyn Jenner is still facing civil charges in a suit brought by the victims stepchildren.