Brandy Settles With Victim's Kids After Fatal Car Crash
Singer Brandy Norwood has settled with the two children whose mother was killed in the singer's 2006 car accident.
Awatef Aboudihaj's two children will receive $300,000 each, according to court documents filed in L.A. County Superior Court today, TMZ.com reports.
Awatef's husband, Marouane Hdidou, has not yet settled with Norwood. He rejected a $1.2 million settlement offer in February. In December 2006, Norwood's Land Rover struck another vehicle on L.A.'s 405 Freeway and caused a four-car pileup.
She was not charged with any crime after Los Angeles police ruled there was "insufficient evidence" that she'd committed vehicular manslaughter. "It was a situation that changed my life forever," Brandy has said.