Caitlyn Jenner will not be charged in fatal California crash

Prosecutors have declined to charge Caitlyn Jenner in fatal vehicle crash in California.


“Based on facts, [investigators] can not prove beyond a reasonable doubt that suspect’s conduct was unreasonable”, a statement on the worksheet read.

“We believed from the start that a thorough and objective investigation would clear Caitlyn of any criminal wrongdoing”, said Blair Berk, Ms Jenner’s lawyer. “We are heartened the district attorney has agreed that even a misdemeanor charge would be inappropriate”.

According to the document, Jenner was traveling slightly below the speed limit, “minimally slower than victim”, before rear-ending Howe’s vehicle and pushing it into oncoming traffic. None of the drivers were on the phone at the time of the crash, and investigators have no evidence that Jenner was distracted, Curry said.

Howe was killed in the collision and Jessica Steindorff, who was driving a black Toyota Prius also rear-ended by Jenner, was injured.

The driver of the Lexus, the 69-year-old Howe of Calabasas, died at the scene.

Last week, after a Vanity Fair story about Jenner and her transition appeared online, she became the most searched item on Google and her Twitter profile following skyrocketed to more than 1 million in about four hours.

Prosecutors say they didn’t have enough evidence for a conviction.

The reality star, who was previously married to Robert Kardashian and Bruce Jenner, has allegedly broached the idea with her daughters already.

“I remember it very little, I remember it happening and that’s about it”, the 65-year-old told the Today presenter.


The Los Angeles County Men’s Central Jail has a special wing reserved for LGBT inmates, and the British filmmaker was there in 2012. “A tragedy like this, you’ll never get over it. You just learn to live with it the best you possibly can”.

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