Caitlyn Jenner likely won’t be prosecuted for manslaughter for the deadly car crash he was involved in in February, sources close to the Los Angeles district attorney said Tuesday.
“The people assigned to review the case have determined Jenner’s conduct was negligent, but not criminal,” TMZ reports.
“We’re told the people making the decision are also relying on the L.A. County Sheriff’s Dept., which investigated and came up with the same conclusion.”
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)
In May, Jenner was hit with a lawsuit by the stepchildren of the woman who died, alleging it was a wrongful death and that they have suffered enormous damages. (RELATED: Bruce Jenner Sued)