Caitlyn Jenner has settled a lawsuit filed by the two stepchildren of a woman who was killed last year in a Malibu car crash that involved the 1976 Olympic champion.
Jenner rear-ended two cars on the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu in February 2015 when she steered to avoid cars slowing at a traffic light. Kim Howe, 69, was pushed into oncoming traffic and killed.
Howe’s stepchildren, William Howe and Dana Redmond, sued the the transgender reality star for damages – one of three lawsuits filed against her.
TMZ reports that Howe and Redmond received a ‘very modest amount’ of money from Jenner’s insurance company.
A lawsuit filed by another driver, Jessica Steindorff, was settled last month. It had sought unspecified damages for medical expenses and lost wages. The terms of that settlement were not revealed.
Investigators determined that Jenner, 66, was driving at an unsafe speed but prosecutors did not file a vehicular manslaughter charge against her.
Jenner has said she remembers ‘very little’ about the collision but insisted that she was driving under the speed limit.
‘I remember it happening. That’s about it,’ she said.
‘A tragedy like this, you’ll never get over it. You just learn to live with it the best you possibly can.’