Caitlyn Jenner might face a manslaughter charge because of a February car wreck he was involved in that left one woman dead.
The case will go to the district attorney next week, a member of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department told The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday.
Detective Richard Curry said there’s “nothing really egregious” about the case, so Jenner is looking at a 50/50 chance of being charged.
A misdemeanor manslaughter charge typically has a one-year sentence.
In February, Jenner was driving a Cadillac Escalade down the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu when he hit Kim Howe’s Lexus.
Howe then drove into oncoming traffic and was hit and killed by a Hummer driving in the opposite direction. Jenner then rear-ended a Prius. (RELATED: Caitlyn Jenner Hit With Second Lawsuit From Deadly Accident)