Caitlyn Jenner likely won’t face charges for the deadly car crash he was involved in in February.
The district attorney in Los Angeles County said that though the accident was “tragic,” it likely won’t be considered “criminal.”
“The D.A. could file misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter charges because Jenner violated the speed law by not slowing down quickly enough. But the D.A. doesn’t automatically file criminal charges because a driver was inattentive. It usually has to be more than simple negligence to trigger a prosecution.”
Jenner was driving his Cadillac Escalade down the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu in February 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, then Jenner rear-ended a Prius. (RELATED: Caitlyn Jenner Could Face Manslaughter Charges In Deadly Car Accident)
Jenner has been sued twice because of the car wreck. (RELATED: Caitlyn Jenner Hit With Second Lawsuit From Deadly Accident)