Caitlyn Jenner’s Lawsuit Over That Deadly Car Crash Is Finally Over

Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent
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Caitlyn Jenner and the children of a woman who died in a car wreck last year have finally settled a pending lawsuit.

Jenner had been driving his black Cadillac Escalade through Malibu last February when he was involved in a four-car crash that left Kim Howe dead and several others injured.

Jenner hit Kim Howe’s Lexus, and then she drove into oncoming traffic and was hit and killed by a Hummer driving in the opposite direction. Jenner then rear-ended a Prius. (RELATED: Bruce Jenner Involved In Deadly Car Crash)

Caitlyn Jenner car wreck

(Photo: Reuters)

Howe’s stepchildren filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Jenner in May arguing that they suffered enormous damages, but William Howe and Dana Redmond filed a dismissal in court on Tuesday.

A source close to the case said the two parties settled for “a very modest amount” because Howe and Redmond realized they had no legal standing, TMZ reports. (RELATED: Caitlyn Jenner Likely Won’t Face Charges In Deadly Car Crash)

Insurance handled all the finances and “no money came out of Cait’s pocket,” TMZ reported.