Caitlyn Jenner could be charged with manslaughter
Caitlyn Jenner could be charged with manslaughter in connection with a car accident in Malibu in February and in which a woman died. The former US Olympic champion was originally a pileup February 7 on the highway that borders the California coast in Malibu height, north of Los Angeles, returning to a vehicle ahead.
Four cars were involved in the accident. A woman, Kim Howe, died on the spot and several others were injured, including Jessica Marie Steindorff, artistic agent. “We completed the investigation, and next week we will present the case to the district attorney,” said Thursday the LAPD.
The authorities believe that Caitlyn Jenner was driving recklessly given the traffic conditions of the day, even if she did not exceed the permitted speed limits, said Thursday the Los Angeles Times.
The family of the victim Kim Howe, who was 69 years old, filed a complaint against Caitlyn Jenner, accusing her of “negligence” and causing the death of the victim and the injury of another woman. Jessica Marie Steindorff has also initiated proceedings to request damages.
Caitlyn Jenner, born as Bruce Jenner, a very media-announced his change of sexual identity, first in a television interview with Diane Sawyer in April and early June by appearing in sexy pose for the first time as a woman on the cover the July edition of the magazine Vanity Fair.
She is known worldwide for being regularly appeared in the hit reality show “The Kardashians” alongside his famous ex-stepdaughter Kim Kardashian, her sisters and her mother Kris Jenner. Under the name of Bruce Jenner, he won a gold medal at the Montreal Games in the decathlon and was designated as one of the best athletes of his time.