Bruce Jenner Sued for Wrongful Death in Highway Collision

Bruce Jenner - H 2015
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Bruce Jenner - H 2015

The stepchildren of Kimberly Howe — a woman who died in a Feb. 7 car crash instigated by Bruce Jenner — have sued for wrongful death.

The lawsuit filed on Friday in Los Angeles County Superior Court by Dana Redmond and William Howe states that Jenner acted in a "negligent, reckless, careless and improper manner" and has caused them to "suffer enormous damages and losses."

It further goes on to say that Redmond and Howe have "been caused to lose, among other things, the love, affection, support, comfort, society, financial support and more" from the death of their stepmother.

According to earlier police reports, the collision occurred on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu in February. Jenner was driving his Cadillac Escalade when he rear-ended Howe, causing her Lexus to veer off into opposite lanes of traffic, where it was then struck by an oncoming vehicle. Howe died on the scene, while Jenner was not injured.

The Associated Press reports that Jenner has currently not been charged in the case, though investigations are ongoing.