Venus Williams will be free as she will not face charges in the fatal car crash that killed a passenger in June. The Palm Beach Gardens Police Department said in a report that it will not file charges against her or the other driver as the investigation concluded neither was at fault.

Venus Williams will be free as she will not face charges in the fatal car crash that killed a passenger in June. The Palm Beach Gardens Police Department said in a report that it will not file charges against her or the other driver as the investigation concluded neither was at fault.

Venus Williams will be free as she will not face charges in the fatal car crash that killed a passenger in June. The Palm Beach Gardens Police Department said in a report that it will not file charges against her or the other driver as the investigation concluded neither was at fault.

 

"Based upon this investigation and relevant Florida state statutes, no charges will be filed in this case," the 19-page report read.

Williams’ Toyota Sequoia was T-boned by 2016 Hyundai Accent driven by Linda Barson, as the athlete waiting at an intersection. Barson’s husband, Jerome was a passenger in the second vehicle and died 13 days after the June 9 wreck.

Barson and her husband drove into the intersection when the light turned green and hit Williams’ car.

The tennis star told an officer the Hyundai had turned left in front of her as the light turned red while she was at the intersection.

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