Tennis star Venus Williams has completed a wrong death lawsuit related to a fatal car accident in Florida in the US, according to court records.
Palm Beach County court records show that the case was closed Friday (Saturday NZ time). The provisions of the agreement between Williams and Jerome Barson plantations, 78, are not included in the document.
Palm Beach Gardens police previously cleared Williams and Barson's wife, Linda, in an accident on June 9, 2017 which endangered the Baron. A police report said a third vehicle that was not illegally identified cut Williams when he tried to cross a busy six-lane highway near his home, starting a series of events that ended in a sedan driven by Linda Barson, 68, slammed into the passenger side. Williams SUV.
Jerome Barson died 13 days after the accident, and his wife suffered a broken arm and other injuries. Williams, 38, was not injured.
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Officer David Dowling, chief investigator, said in his report that a video of the nearest security camera showed Williams was legally entering the crossing from an exit from the gated environment in a green light. When he began to cross, a dark sedan cut him, forcing him to stop. When the sedan cleared the way, Williams began to move forward in the 2010 Toyota Sequoia, but that made him on the Barsons track, which now has a green light. The Barsons' 2016 Hyundai Accent hit Williams & # 39; SUV at 65 kph.
Dowling said in his report that state laws require Williams to exit the intersection and that even though Linda Barson has a green light, he is obliged to ensure the intersection is clear.
Williams earns a career in the field of around US $ 40 million (NZ $ 58 million), her own clothing line and support agreements with Ralph Lauren, Kraft foods, Tide detergent, and Wilson sporting goods. He also has a small percentage of the Miami Dolphins.
Williams will be in New Zealand for the WTA Tour in Auckland, which starts on New Year's Eve.
Lawyers for Williams and Barsons do not immediately return a message requesting comments.