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A Beverly Hills teen admitted to manslaughter with gross negligence on April 23 for a traffic collision on Feb. 17 that claimed the life of a 32-year-old woman.
The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office confirmed the conviction. Defendants tried as minors admit to charges, as opposed to pleading guilty, in the juvenile justice system. The defendant was not identified because he is a juvenile.
“The minor admitted the petition for vehicular manslaughter on Friday and he is expected to return to court on June 30 for a hearing,” Los Angeles County District Attorney spokesman Greg Risling said. “He was placed on house arrest.”
The teen driver has been widely identified in media reports as Brendan Khuri, 17, son of a Beverly Hills businessman. The defendant admitted to driving a Lamborghini SUV that collided with a vehicle driven by 32-year-old Monique Munoz on Feb. 17 near Olympic Boulevard and Overland Avenue. Munoz was killed in the collision.
The district attorney’s office provided no further information about the case because it involves a juvenile, including possible sentences.
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