February 16, 2007 13:14

Brandy faces lawsuit from victim's children

Singer hit with 'wrongful death' lawsuit

Brandy faces lawsuit from victim's children
Brandy is facing a wrongful death lawsuit from the children of Awatef Aboundihaj, the woman who died in a road accident incident involving the singer.

The suit was filed on behalf of the minors in Los Angeles last Friday (February 9).

A statement from Paul Philips, the lawyer of the victim’s two children, says: “Our clients are obviously devastated by this tragedy. Their lives are upside down, and as children they’re really finding themselves having to deal with a loss they don’t even fully comprehend yet. ”

As previously reported, Aboundihaj’s car was rear ended by Brandy in December, allegedly resulting in Aboundihaj’s death.

The singer is also facing another wrongful death lawsuit related to the accident which was filed by the victim's parents.

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