Driver Involved in Caitlyn Jenner Crash Will 'Probably' Donate Any Settlement Money to Charity
By Sophie Schillaci
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A driver involved in February's fatal car collision with Caitlyn Jenner hopes to use her settlement money for a good cause.
Jessica Steindorff, who was driving the Prius in the Malibu crash and recently settled her lawsuit against Jenner, tells ET that of her intent to donate any money received to The New Somaly Mam Fund. Steindorff spoke to ET from Cambodia, where she is currently visiting with young survivors of human trafficking with actress AnnaLynne McCord.
"If I did or didn't get any money, who knows, it's probably going to this charity, The New Somaly Mam Fund," Steindorff told ET, though she could not discuss details of the settlement. "I'm grateful to be in Cambodia giving these survivors of human trafficking a happy holiday."
The charitable organization aims to "eradicate human trafficking, sexual exploitation and modern-day slavery, and to empower survivors as the most effective means of accomplishing these goals," according to its mission statement.
As ET previously reported, Steindorff was seeking compensatory and punitive damages from Jenner, claiming that she suffered loss of wages and earning capacity as a result of the crash, and was seeking compensation for hospital and medical expenses. She and the reality TV star have settled for an undisclosed amount of money.