Fran Clader, a spokesperson for the CHP, said that the CHP agreed to pay the parents of Nicole “Nikki” Catsouras $2.375 million on Thursday, right after a judge decided that both sides would be allowed to speak at an April civil case.
On October 31, 2006, the day of the accident, Catsouras and her family ate dinner at their married home in Ladera Farm. Reich tried to say that he emailed the pictures with a pro-government driver’s text, but since he sent the pictures with an anti-drunk driving message, even though Catsouras’s pathology test showed that he had a BAC of 0.08, this was not true.
Christos Catsouras, her dad, went to work after breakfast, but her mom stayed at home. Her parents heard a door close and, about ten minutes later, stomped on these remote doors. One of Nikki’s photos shows her body without a head being thrown out of another broken car. Her parents sued the CHP because they put pictures of Nikki online.
Nikki Catsouras Accident Video & Pics
Catsouras knows that the complainers will come back now that her book is out. The people who usually post on this thread and harassed Nikki’s family and turned her death into a global news story have never gone away fully.
Photos of Nikki Catsouras’s Death
According to the results of the national highways guard duty, Nikki Catsouras was going 100 miles per hour on U.S. Route 241 near Lake Forest, Calif., when she hit another car and didn’t stop, crossing over the median and crashing into a real toll gate.
Nikki Catsouras Accident Video
The parents of Catsoura sued the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department and the two delivery superintendents in the State Supreme Court of California in Riverside County for leaking the pictures. At first, the courts decided that the father could go ahead with his lawsuit against CHP for leaking the pictures.
On May 25, 2011, the California Court of Appeal for the 4th Municipality ruled that Aaron Reich had failed to show that sending the photos by email was against the Constitution.