Chris Soules, a former star of “The Bachelor” franchise, was ordered to pay the household of an Iowa farmer $2.5 million in a wrongful dying swimsuit settlement earlier this yr, a report on Tuesday revealed.
The 36-year-old actuality star pleaded responsible to a misdemeanor cost in November after he was charged with leaving the scene of a 2017 crash the place he rear-ended a slow-moving tractor, in the end killing 66-year-old Kenneth Mosher.
A settlement settlement filed on January 18 ordered that Soules and his mother and father, Gary and Linda Soules, pay $2.5 million to Mosher’s spouse and two sons, a report from WeAreIowa.com revealed on Tuesday.
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“For the overall consideration of $2,500,00zero.00, Nancy Mosher, Matthew Mosher, Michael Mosher, and the Property of Kenneth Mosher (“claimants”) hereby launch and eternally discharge Christopher Soules, Gary Soules, Linda Soules … from any and all legal responsibility in any respect … arising out of an vehicle accident” the settlement learn.
In April 2017, Soules was arrested after he rear-ended a tractor killing Mosher. Soules referred to as 911 and waited for first responders, however left earlier than police arrived.
Soules sentencing was delayed this week after Decide Andrea Dryer dominated to ignore sufferer affect statements from Mosher’s spouse and two sons after discovering that they are not victims below state legislation as a result of Soules was not convicted of inflicting Mosher’s dying.
Soules might resist two years in jail.
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Soules starred on the 19th season of “The Bachelor” three years in the past, and have become engaged to Whitney Bischoff on the present. The pair has since cut up.
He appeared on “Dancing with the Stars” after his “Bachelor” season.
Fox Information’ Mariah Haas and The Related Press contributed to this report.