LOS ANGELES (AP) — Prosecutors are reviewing evidence and considering whether to file charges against Caitlyn Jenner over a traffic collision on a coastal highway that killed a woman earlier this year.
Los Angeles County district attorney’s spokesman Greg Risling said the case was presented Tuesday and is being reviewed by the agency’s Major Crimes Division. There’s no timetable for when prosecutors will decide whether they will file charges against Jenner.
Jenner was driving a sport utility vehicle Feb. 7 when it slammed into two cars on Pacific Coast Highway, pushing a Lexus driven by 69-year-old Kim Howe into oncoming traffic. Howe died from her injuries.
The crash occurred before Jenner, who was born Bruce Jenner, announced that she is transgender.
Jenner’s attorney, Blair Berk, declined to comment.