Monique Munoz Wiki – Monique Munoz Biography
According to Monique Munoz Bio, Wiki, and Biography, is described as having been a “beautiful, accomplished woman.” She died on Feb. 17 after her car was crushed in a collision. The teenage son of a multimillionaire was booked for vehicular manslaughter after allegedly fatally injuring Monique Munoz in a high-speed crash last month.
Monique Munoz has died at the age of 32.
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teen, 17, collided his Lamborghini SUV into Munoz’s Lexus at the corner of Olympic Boulevard and Overland Avenue in Los Angeles. She died at the scene at the age of 32.
“On February 23rd, 2021 [the teen] was booked for 192(C)(1) PC, Vehicular Manslaughter. The case will proceed through the judicial process,” the Los Angeles Police Department shared in a press release on Wednesday.
The teenager was arrested on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter on Feb. 23. The Los Angeles district attorney told Fox News the “case was recently presented to our office and is under review.”
The teen’s attorney, Mark Werksman, said his client is scheduled to appear in juvenile court next month. Werksman said the teenager was not racing.
The teen’s father, prominent LA businessman James Khuri, posted an apology on his Instagram Wednesday.
“I am aware that the time it has taken me to communicate this has caused further pain for everyone affected,” Khuri wrote to his more than one million followers. “Knowing that this will never do justice for the family of Monique Munoz, I want to apologize to the Munoz family for the tragic loss of their daughter.”
Lamborghini Crash Details
Monique Munoz was driving westbound on Olympic Boulevard in West Los Angeles on Feb. 17 when she tried to turn left onto Overland Avenue and was struck by the teenager’s eastbound Lamborghini SUV.
The Lamborghini SUV that the 17-year-old was driving retails for $218,000 and can go from 0 to 62 miles per hour in 3.6 seconds.
Munoz’s mother, Carol Cardona, said she wanted the teen to be prosecuted for vehicular manslaughter.
“He killed my daughter,” Cardona told Fox News on Wednesday. “It’s very frustrating and I believe he’s being protected given [the] status of his dad.”
the Los Angeles Police Department shared in a press release on Wednesday. “On February 23rd, 2021 [the teen] was booked for 192(C)(1) PC, Vehicular Manslaughter. The case will proceed through the judicial process,”
The District Attorney’s Office has not yet filed charges and has not decided what those charges would be if filed.
In another statement posted on Twitter, the LAPD revealed the teenager “was absentee booked due to being hospitalized for minor injuries sustained during the collision.”
A costly reminder for everyone to slow down.
Another Fatal Collision — bringing @LAPDWestTraffic to a total of 8 year to date.
— LAPD West Traffic (@LAPDWestTraffic) February 18, 2021