The CHP referred the matter to the city attorney’s office for review, said spokesman Nick Velasquez.
“The office is currently reviewing the case and determining whether the evidence warrants the filing of a misdemeanor charge of vehicular manslaughter,” Velasquez said.
A message seeking comment from Brandy’s publicist, Courtney Barnes, was not immediately returned. Earlier this month, Barnes issued a statement saying Brandy “wishes to publicly express her condolences to the family of the deceased.”
The charge carries a maximum sentence of one year in county jail and a $1,000 fine, Velasquez said.
Hopefully they want try and make a case of this. It seems that it was clearly an accident and that no foul play was at hand.