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'Shark Tank' judge Kevin O'Leary involved in Ontario boating crash that left 1 dead
O'Leary confirmed that he was involved in the crash in a statement to TMZ, which broke the story on Tuesday.
TORONTO (AP) — Police say the wife of "Shark Tank" star Kevin O'Leary has been charged with careless operation of a vessel in a fatal boat crash in Canada.
Ontario Provincial Police say 56-year-old Linda O'Leary of Toronto is scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 29.
Two boats crashed Aug. 24 on Lake Joseph near Seguin, Ontario, killing 64-year-old Gary Poltash of Florida and a 48-year-old woman identified as Susanne Brito.
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Kevin O'Leary Cooperating with Authorities After Fatal Boat Crash
O'Leary said after the crash that he wasn't piloting the boat at the time.
Police have also charged 67-year-old Richard Ruh of Orchard Park, New York, with failing to exhibit navigation lights while underway.
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Big bad buzz: these guys tied a shark to a rope and laugh like crazy by shooting it at full speed
Since Monday, a video made the buzz on Instagram. In this one, we see several men on a boat pulling a shark several meters long, tied by the tail at the end of a rope. In addition to having obviously done on purpose, they giggle at this sad scene.
Man 1 - Shark 0 ... or rather wild. If you still had an ounce of faith in humanity, you risk losing it in front of this disgusting video. Posted Monday on Instagram, she quickly became viral. At the time of writing, she has been viewed more than 52,000 times and commented nearly 1,500 times. But that's what we could call a big bad buzz.
You see a shark tied by the tail at the end of a rope and it is fired at full speed by a boat. On this one, at least three men (not counting the one who films) chuckle like idiots in front of the stage. Obviously, the shark is not a fan of water skiing: it bounces violently on the water and struggles in all directions. The video only lasts about ten seconds, we do not know if it was hurt, but it was in any case well shaken."Hey, that's cool, look we did"
Where does this video come from? This is the, a fisherman from South Florida, who posted it on his account. He immediately states in the legend that it was one of the men on the boat who sent him in a private message and that he was very shocked by the violence of the images. "It's just completely sick, one of the most horrible things I've seen in 50 years of professional sport fishing," he told .
Also interviewed byAn ongoing investigation , the fisherman said he would be one of those subscribers who thought he was getting support. "I guess they felt the need to send me this video, as if I was going to tolerate this kind of behavior, it's not the case," he says. "They said, 'Hey, it's cool, look what we did to the shark,' and I said, 'Do you care about me, man?'," He continues. that is when he decided to post the video
Very quickly, the negative reactions were heard.Watched by the media, the Florida Fish and Wildlife ConservationCommission (or Commission Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Authority) also told ABC News that it is taking the case "very seriously" and has initiated an investigation into the extent to which these men have broken the law. Nevertheless, this is a purely gratuitous act of violence.
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Kevin O'Leary, the multimillionaire investor from “Shark Tank,” was a passenger on a boat involved in a tragic crash on Lake Joseph in Ontario, Canada, over ...
"Shark Tank" star Kevin O’Leary involved in fatal boat crash
Kevin O'Leary was on a boat involved in a fatal crash on Lake Joseph in Ontario Saturday night, according to a statement sent to Global News by his publicist.