It looks like the D.A.’s office will be taking over Caitlyn Jenner’s fatal car crash case.
TMZ reports that the L.A. County Sheriff’s Dept. completed its investigation, finding Caitlyn in violation of the vehicular manslaughter law.
The 161-page report claims Jenner "set off a chain of events" that led to the death of Kim Howe on Feb. 7 on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu.
Sources tell TMZ that Jenner, who at the time had not yet transitioned from Bruce to Caitlyn, was traveling below the speed limit, but too fast for conditions. “He should have either been going 0 or just barely rolling,” one insider explained.
In conclusion, the report states that Jenner violated the misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter law and could face up to one year in jail if convicted.
The D.A. is set to review the case on Wednesday.