Caitlyn Jenner Sues Family Of Woman She Killed in Car Accident For $1.5 Million

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CALIFORNIA – Caitlyn Jenner is suing the family members of a woman she killed in a car accident earlier this year for $1.5 Million.

The former Olympian “Bruce Jenner” who transformed himself into a woman “Caitlyn Jenner” was involved in a car crash which left a woman Kim Howe dead in February.

Bruce Jenner aka Caitlyn Jenner’s Cadillac collided with Kim Howe’s Lexus, pushing it into oncoming traffic on a twisty part of the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, California. After receiving a lawsuit from the family against her for wrongful death, Jenner sues the family as well.

“There was substantial damage to my car that was not covered by insurance,” said Jenner. “Someone needs to pay for that, and it shouldn’t have to be me. I’ve suffered enough, what with killing someone and all. The blood took my employees, over 6 hours to scrub off. It was disgusting, and he should be heavily compensated for his time.

My heartfelt and deepest sympathies go out to the families and loved ones and to all of those involved or injured in this terrible accident. I will continue to pray for them and I will continue to cooperate in every way possible. They should too cooperate and pay for the damages.

Jenner maintains that the accident, which killed 69-year-old Kim Howe, was not her fault.

“I mean, just because I wasn’t paying attention and someone got killed doesn’t mean that it’s my fault,” said Jenner. “Mrs. Howe was in the wrong place at the wrong time, and sometimes, people just die. That doesn’t mean that I need to go to jail, and it certainly doesn’t mean that her family can sue me without getting sued back.”

Jenner has filed a $1.5 million dollar lawsuit against the family for, among other things, car repair and defamation. Bruce Jenner also refuses to pay damages to adult stepchildren of woman killed in fatal car crash and says her stepchildren never relied on her as they’re all grown up.

“They said that I killed her” said Jenner. “That’s just not true! I think it’s pretty much not okay to kill someone, but like I said, accidents happen. My heart goes out to them, but my lawyers are going out to them, too.”

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