Emergency Protective Order Issued For Venus Williams In Wrongful Death Case

A Palm Beach Court Judge has given tennis ace Venus Williams an emergency protective order, which if only temporarily will keep investigators from examining her car.

Williams was in a car accident on June 9 that claimed the life of 78-year-old Jerome Barsons and is now being perused with a wrongful death lawsuit.

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Emergency Protective Order Issued For Venus Williams In Wrongful Death Case

The deceased wife Linda and her lawyer asked for their experts to be able to look at the download information from Williams car which prompted the emergency motion order.

The accident happened at a busy intersection and while police deemed Williams to be technically at fault for the accident, decided she was not to be charged with any offense.

The lawsuit being brought against her is that the accident happened as a result of her own negligence.

Emergency Protective Order Issued For Venus Williams In Wrongful Death Case

The court did not state a reason for granting the order, which was filed by Williams attorney over fears relating to the loss or destruction of evidence.

The motion seeks to stop any evidence corruption by postponing any examination until all parties and their experts can examine both vehicles at the same time, both vehicles are at the same location in West Palm Beach.

Williams is currently competing at Wimbledon, England and when asked about the incident by a reporter at a press conference earlier this week described it as “devastating.”

Source : MSN

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