Buckle up, buckaroo! Caitlyn Jenner can now drive down PCH and let the wind freely blow in her weave while not worrying about going to a men’s prison or any prison. Caitlyn will not face any charges for the crash on PCH that left one woman dead.
Investigators went through all of the evidence, including a video of the accident, and they declared that Caitlyn Jenner wasn’t speeding, but she was driving at an unsafe speed for the road conditions that day. The video shows Caitlyn’s SUV hitting two cars, sending one of the cars into oncoming traffic where it hit a Hummer head-on. Investigators believed that there was enough evidence to charge Caitlyn with vehicular manslaughter. But the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office farted on that recommendation. via AP
A prosecutor wrote in a one-page sheet declining to file charges that Jenner was traveling slightly below the posted speed limit and began braking less than two seconds before the crash. To prove misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter, prosecutors would have had to show Jenner was negligent and had violated a basic speed law.
Based on the facts, the office determined they “cannot prove beyond a reasonable doubt that suspect’s conduct was unreasonable.”
Caitlyn Jenner isn’t going to jail for the crash, but she’s still not off the hook. Caitlyn still has to face two lawsuits: one from the family of the woman who died and another from the woman who was driving the other car she hit. Well, the good news for Caitlyn is that if she has to pay up any money in a settlement, I’m sure she’ll make it back when E! pays her to star in another reality show called Racing with Celebrities with Halle Berry, Billy Joel, Lindsay Lohan, Brandy, Rebecca Gayheart and Lane Garrison. Knowing E!, that show is probably in the works for real.
And here’s Caitlyn wearing white after Labor Day outside of a grocery store in Malibu.