As Caitlyn Jenner continues to battle a wrongful death lawsuit — filed by the stepchildren of Kim Howe, the 69-year-old woman killed in the Feb. 7 car crash on LA’s Pacific Coast Highway — new video footage of the fatal accident may not only provide answers for the authorities, but also closure for the bereaved.
Entertainment Tonight obtained the surveillance footage — recorded by a passing MTA bus — that has been handed over to officials handling the investigation.
In the footage, above, the 65-year-old reality star’s black Escalade can be seen crashing into two cars — a white Lexus, driven by the late Kim Howe, and a black Prius, driven by Jessica Steindorff, 29, who has also filed a lawsuit against Caitlyn for property damage and personal injury.
Since the public release of the footage, Caitlyn’s lawyer, Philip Boesch, has commented on the situation.
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“As part of a reasonable investigation, we have seen parts of an MTA bus video, and when all of the photographic and video evidence of this tragic accident, and all available witness information, is made available to us, we will be in a better position to make fair comments,” the attorney told ET.
Kim Howe's Lexus following the accident. (Photo Credit: Splash)
In light of the new footage, Ms. Howe’s stepchildren, William Howe and Dana Redmond, blasted the former Olympian in a statement released to Entertainment Tonight via their lawyer.
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“This video shows an aspect of reality that Ms. Jenner continues to deny,” their attorneys said.
Caitlyn previously responded to the lawsuit, saying that as financially independent, successful adults who were not reliant on their late stepmother for “the necessities of life,” the lawsuit was without merit and the compensation they demanded was unreasonable.
TMZ has since reported that Caitlyn's insurance will cover up to $500,000 total in damages to all the victims (meaning not only Ms. Howe's step kids, but also Ms. Steindorff, should her lawsuit prevail) — though the outlet has obtained documents filed by Mr. Howe and Ms. Redmond alleging the half a million dollars will not sufficiently cover their damages.