Caitlyn Jenner Settles Lawsuit With One Driver in Malibu Crash
By Sophie Schillaci
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Caitlyn Jenner Settles With One Driver in Fatal Malibu Crash
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Caitlyn Jenner has settled one lawsuit with a woman who was involved in February's fatal car collision on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, California.
Jessica Steindorff, who was driving a Prius at the time of the four-vehicle collision, has settled with Jenner for an undisclosed amount of money after seeking compensatory and punitive damages from the reality star, according to court documents obtained by ET.
In the suit, Steindorff claimed that she suffered loss of wages and earning capacity as a result of the crash, and was seeking compensation for hospital and medical expenses. According to a report by TMZ, Jenner's insurance company will cover the settlement.
The court docs also reveal that Jenner will record a videotaped deposition to be used in other still-pending lawsuits connected to the crash. Among the other pending lawsuits is one from the adult stepchildren of Kim Howe, 69, who was killed in the collision.
ET obtained footage of the crash in July, which appeared to show Jenner's Cadillac Escalade rear-ending Howe's Lexus, which then collided with a Hummer in oncoming traffic.
In late September, the Los Angeles County District Attorney filed paperwork officially declining to charge Jenner in the crash. According to the document, Jenner was traveling slightly below the speed limit, "minimally slower than victim," before the collision.
Just weeks ago, the family driving the Hummer filed a new lawsuit against Jenner. As ET previously reported, the Wolf-Millesi family claims to have suffered both "significant personal injuries and emotional distress" brought on by the incident.
Steindorff previously slammed Jenner and the "tabloid society" in a statement issued to ET earlier this year. "I would hope that someone who seems to greatly value the importance of human existence would be more sensitive to the fact that she ended another person’s life," she said.