Caitlyn Jenner has settled one of three suits filed against her over her participation in a fatal multi-car disintegrate in Malibu, California, last-place February.
Hollywood agent Jessica Steindorff, who represents supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio, was the plaintiff in the clothing, which was filed in June. The amount of the settlement was not disclosed, but Steindorff was seeking compensation for owned impairs, forgotten wages and medical overheads, plus punitive damages of $25,000. Jenner’s insurance company will pay the settlement, TMZ reported Wednesday.
Steindorff was driving a Prius down the Pacific Coast Highway on Feb. 7 when she was rear-ended by local realtor Kim Howe’s Lexus. Jenner, driving a Cadillac Escalade, then collided with the Lexus, pushing it into oncoming transaction; the Lexus was struck by a Hummer, killing Howe instantaneously.
In her complaint, Steindorff to suggest that Jenner’s vehicle continued moving after making Howe’s, and that it affected her own car, arising in damage to the vehicle and harms to herself.
Jenner, who was known as Bruce at the time of the accident, has called the gate-crash a “devastating tragedy.” Though she faced attacks of manslaughter for her involvement in the incident, the Los Angeles County District Attorney elected not to pursue the criminal case in September.
Jenner has already been to resolve two other lawsuits filed against her, nonetheless, by Howe’s family and the motorist of the Hummer that stumbled Howe.