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EntertainmentChris Soules, Parents to Pay $2.5M in Wrongful Death Lawsuit After Fatal Crash

12:20  22 may  2019
12:20  22 may  2019 Source:   usmagazine.com

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Chris Soules and his parents have agreed to pay $ 2 . 5 million as part of settlement in the wrongful death civil lawsuit for the fatal car crash from 2017

Chris Soules, Parents to Pay $2.5M in Wrongful Death Lawsuit After Fatal Crash © Adam Taylor/ABC via Getty Images Chris Soules

Former Bachelor star Chris Soules and his parents, Gary and Linda Soules, were ordered to pay $2.5 million in a wrongful death lawsuit settlement following his April 2017 fatal car accident.

Kenneth Mosher, 66, died after the reality star’s car rear-ended the farmer’s tractor two years ago in Aurora, Iowa. Soules allegedly fled the scene of the crime, but he was later arrested on a Class D felony charge.

The 37-year-old pleaded guilty in November 2018 to a lesser aggravated misdemeanor charge of information aid — leaving the scene of an accident.

According to court documents obtained by WeAreIowa.com on Tuesday, May 21, the January 2019 agreement states, “For the total consideration of $2,500,000.00, Nancy Mosher, Matthew Mosher, Michael Mosher, and the Estate of Kenneth Mosher (‘claimants’) hereby release and forever discharge Christopher Soules, Gary Soules, Linda Soules … from any and all liability whatsoever … arising out of an automobile accident that occurred on April 24, 2017.”

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The former "Bachelor" star and his parents , Gary and Linda Soules , are required to pay the family of the victim, Kenneth Mosher, as part of a wrongful death lawsuit . Chris Soules talks about love and heartbreak - Продолжительность: 3:13 DMRegister 4 667 просмотров.

Chris Soules has reportedly agreed to pay $ 2 . 5 million to a farmer’s family after the man died following a car crash involving the reality star. As part of the settlement of a civil lawsuit from January 2019 against Soules for wrongful death , which was obtained by We Are Iowa, the Bachelor alum, 37, and

The settlement news came on the same day that a judge delayed Soules’ sentencing. Soules’ lawyers argued that his presentencing report should not have included victim impact statements from Mosher’s relatives that were given before Soules pled guilty and ordered a new report to be written.

Soules’ lawyer estimated the new report would be completed in the summer and that a new sentencing date could be scheduled as soon as August, according to the Des Moines Register. The former ABC star faces up to two years in prison.

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