Former Olympian, Caitlyn Jenner, interviewed with the Today show’s Matt Lauer on Wednesday, Sept. 9 to discuss the car accident that caused the four-car Malibu pileup that left a woman dead on Feb. 7.
As previously reported, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department investigators have concluded their probe of the incident involving the transsexual trailblazer, and will forward their case to the District Attorney next week, based on their findings.
According to the extensive investigative report, Jenner broke the vehicular manslaughter law in driving too fast for the busy road conditions on the balmy day, causing her Cadillac Escalade to careen into both a white Lexus driven by Kim Howe, who died in the crash; and a black Toyota Prius, driven by Jessica Steindorff. Howe’s Lexus subsequently struck a black Hummer Peter Wolf Millesi was driving.
If indicted, Jenner could face up to one year in county jail. The thought seems to terrify the transgender star.
“The men’s county jail. It is an enormous problem that they would put trans women in a men’s county jail,” she explained. “That is the worst-case scenario.”
As for the accident, Jenner had this to say
“I remember it happening [but] that’s about it,” Jenner told Lauer. “A tragedy like this, you’ll never get over it. You just learn to live with it the best you possibly can.” She added: “I was under the speed limit. I was going 46 in a 50. My airbag didn’t even go off. All I probably needed was half a second of time. I almost stopped, but couldn’t quite get it stopped. I was pulling a trailer, so, no, I don’t think it was speed or anything like that.”
Watch the video below.