Why Caitlyn Jenner's Malibu Car Crash Criminal Charges Will Get Dismissed

Caitlyn Jenner will not face felony charges for the tragic car crash.

There are many things you can say about TMZ, but TMZ has some of the best sources in the entertainment industry. According to reports, Caitlyn Jenner could end up walking away from a fatal February car crash without spending a single day in prison. Officers have reviewed city bus surveillance camera footage of the four-car crash and determined Jenner's behavior behind the wheel was not bad enough to constitute felony charges.
We’re told the only infraction investigators see is that Bruce was simply inattentive. As we’ve told you, it’s what cops typically call ‘DWHUA’ ... driving with head up ass. That’s good news for Bruce. Our sources say investigators will conclude that the most the evidence shows is ordinary negligence — which means the highest charge he could face is misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter. We’re told that’s what they will present to the D.A.
TMZ also claims that Jenner may not even have to face misdemeanor charges, “typically when cops present a case like this, it gets dismissed altogether.”