Caitlyn Jenner Faces Second Lawsuit in Fatal Four-Car Crash
A second lawsuit has been filed against Caitlyn Jenner in connection with the February 7th car crash on California's Pacific Coast Highway that left one woman dead and several people injured.
The personal injury suit was filed June 8 in Los Angeles Superior Court by Jessica Marie Steindorff, according to the documents, and refer to Jenner as "Bruce Jenner a/k/a Caitlyn Jenner."
Steindorff, who was driving a 2010 Toyota Prius that was involved in the Malibu crash, claims that Jenner operated a vehicle "negligently, carelessly, recklessly and wantonly."
The suit also claims she has suffered loss of wages, loss of use of property, hospital and medical expenses, general damage, property damage, and loss of earning capacity. She is seeking compensatory damages from Jenner.
Jenner is also dealing with a wrongful death suit filed by the adult stepchildren of Kim Howe, the driver who was killed in the accident.
Five people, including three children, were also injured in the crash.