Caitlyn Jenner to pay $800,000 to settle lawsuit from family-of-five injured in 2015 car crash'
Caitlyn Jenner has reportedly agreed to pay $800,000 to settle a lawsuit from her 2015 car crash, which left one person dead.
Recall that on the 7th of February, Jenner was reportedly driving too fast on the Pacific Coast Highway when she rear-ended a Lexus driven by one Kim Howe. This caused the 69-year-old widow's car into oncoming traffic, where it was hit by the Hummer H2 driven by Peter Millesi-Wolf and carrying his four family members.
Howe died at the scene and the Millesi-Wolf family were injured.
She initially settled a lawsuit raised by Howe's stepchildren, but had yet to settle with the Millesi-Wolf family until recently.
According to court documents obtained by the Blast on Wednesday, Jenner has agreed to pay $100,000 each to Peter Millesi-Wolf and his wife Lea, as well as $50,000 to each of their two sons - one of which was only four-weeks-old at the time of the crash.
Read the Blast report below.
Caitlyn Jenner will pay out an $800,000 settlement to five members of a family who were involved in a fatal car crash in 2015.
Elga Maurer, the 73-year-old woman who was in the car at the time of the crash and suffered a fractured neck, will receive a $500,000 payout.
Peter and Lea Wolf-Millesi will receive $100,000 each and one of the children will receive $50,000.
Another child who was in the car — who is now 3 years old but was just four weeks old at the time of the crash — is scheduled to receive $50,000 as well.
Our sources say insurance will cover part of the settlement.
According to the documents, Jenner will also cover $250,000 in attorneys fees.