New information continues tocome to the surface about former BachelorChris Soules alleged hit-and-run car accident this past week, in which he had allegedly left the background of a fatal crash.

Soules was reportedly driving a Chevy pickup truck in Iowa when he allegedly moved another operator and vehicleoffthe road, as to be provided by TMZ. A statement provided to Elite Daily by such other representatives for Soules suggested of the incident 😛 TAGEND

Chris Soules was involved in an accident Monday evening( April 24) in a urban part of Iowa near his house. Hewas destroyed to learn that Kenneth Mosher, the other person in the accident, passed away. His thoughts and prayers and with Mr. Moshers family.

According to, Soules claimed to have handled the appalling occasion appropriately by remaining with the main victims until the EMTs arrived, calling 911 and checking for a pulse. However, lawyers are now lending more claimsto the action against him.

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The prosecution claims the Iowa native bought alcohol before the accident and apparently destroyed it just before the crash.

In a new legal document, the prosecution alleges Soules scaped demonstrating written explanations about the empty and partly downed open alcoholic drink located in and around his vehicle that he was understood obtaining at a convenience store shortly before the accident.

However, “there wasnt” evidences or video evidence of Soulespurchasing the alcohol to support the claim. Additionally, officials were not able to experiment his blood alcohol material( BAC) or look for signalings of delirium when he left the scene of the crash.Elite Daily reached out to such other representatives for Soules on the charge, who said 😛 TAGEND

Neither Mr. Soules nor his legal counsel is likely to be responding to the numerous tabloid form clauses and journalists who have been reporting false and confusing stories by quoting unnamed generators. Rather, they will be focusing on presenting the truth, which will divulge how inaccurate and unfair so many of these news histories ought to have. We are confident that the fair-minded citizens of Iowa will do what theyve always done reserve judgment until all of the accurate information is properly presented.

Souleswas initially held ona $10,000 bail, which he posted.

In Iowa, the laws and regulations territory a driver Must end after road traffic accidents. If they do not, like in the event of a hit-and-run, that person could face a class D felony charge and up to five years in prison.

The reality TV star is currently aiming to have the felony charge descended, according to

Buchanan County Jail

Right now, we move continued supportto both Soules and Moshers families.