Caitlyn Jenner is still facing the wrath of her fatal car crash, which took place when she was still known as Bruce Jenner.
On Feb. 7, Caitlyn hit her 69-year-old neighbor Kim Howe’s Lexus on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, causing her to swerve into oncoming traffic. Kim wound up crashing into a Prius, driven by Hollywood agent Jessica Steindorff. Howe was killed in the accident when she ultimately collided head-on with a Hummer.
TMZ now claims Steindorff is suing the 65-year-old for medical injuries and lost wages. Steindorff’s “several physical injuries” were allegedly not disclosed in the lawsuit, but she identified the defendant as “Bruce Jenner a/k/a Caitlyn Jenner.”
Kim Howe's Lexus following the accident. (Photo Credit: Splash)
It was reported in May the former Olympian was also facing a wrongful death lawsuit from Kim’s two estranged stepchildren, William Howe and Dana Redmond. They were also seeking loss of affection compensation, which Caitlyn fought against.
“These two plaintiffs are financially independent, successful, adult stepchildren, ages 57 and 60, who have lived out-of-state in Maine and New York for decades — who were not financially dependent upon the decedent for ‘the necessities of life,’” read paperwork obtained by the LA Times.
She's allegedly looking to have that case dropped.
The tragedy is still under police investigation, and Caitlyn is said to be cooperating. She has not been charged with anything as of yet.