The story of Washington Commanders defensive back Deshazor Everett’s girlfriend’s accident that killed her in Loudoun County, Virginia was revealed on July 19, 2022. May she rest in peace.
Deshazor has claimed guilty to a smaller charge of careless driving in the accident that led to his girlfriend’s death in Loudoun County on December 23, 2021, according to Loudoun County (Virginia) Court records.
He was first charged with unintentional manslaughter, a felony, in the December crash, which caused Rockville, Maryland, native Olivia Peters, to die. Though his charge was reduced. Everett is due in court next in September and is still should be a year in jail.
Authorities announced Everett was driving at approximately 9:15 p.m. in Loudon County, Virginia, just outside of Washington, D.C., when his automobile “left the right side of the roadway, struck several trees, and rolled over.” After a probe, police reported, later decided he was traveling over twice the 45 mph speed limit.
Young Deshazor was hospitalized with non-life-threatening wounds and after four days was discharged from the hospital. Everett’s girlfriend, Olivia Peters, was taken to a hospital where she later passed away.
Everett played in 89 games during seven seasons for the Commanders and racked up 170 complete tackles and two interceptions. He was released at the 30-year-old earlier this year.
Just a day before her death, another Nollywood actress in the famous The Johnson series and TV personality Ada Ameh’s cause of death was partly revealed after she passed away on Sunday (July 17, 2022) at the age of 48.
According to a source close to the actress, she took her last breath in Warri, Delta State, at about 11 pm on Sunday after unexpectedly collapsing while she was a guest of an oil company top shot and her family.
The beloved actress was transported to the Nigerian National Petroleum Hospital while she, unfortunately, lost her life before they arrived at the hospital.
The heartbreaking news was confirmed via the telephone by the president of the Actors Guild of Nigeria, Emeka Rollas, who announced, “It is sad but she is dead, I do not have the details at the moment.”
Police Explained about Deshazor Everett’s Girlfriend’s Accident
About Deshazor Everett’s girlfriend’s accident, Loudoun County prosecutors and Everett’s defense attorney, Kaveh Noorishad, stated Peters’ family backed revise the charge, which led to the guilty appeal to the misdemeanor count.
Late Olivia’s family had time to “fully reflect” on it, prosecutor Christina Brady announced, and they chose to support Everett’s interest in community service and outreach.
“They also wanted to consider what their daughter would want”, Brady declared.
Everett and Peters were on a serpentine period of Gum Spring Road near Ticonderoga, when their car, which officers say was going more than twice the 45 mph speed limit, entered recklessly out of the road, struck multiple trees, and rolled over. Everett was transported to a hospital, staying there for days afterward.
Nevertheless, in defining the reason for the amended charge, Brady expressed that according to the car’s “black box” data recorder, as well as an interview with a witness who noticed Everett’s car traveling just above the speed limit, would make it hard to achieve a conviction to unintentional manslaughter.
In Virginia, a driver may be charged with careless driving based on speed, or a more widespread reckless driving charge of failure to retain control of the car, Everett claimed guilty to the last one.
The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office found no sign of drug or alcohol influence. Everett will be sentenced on September 8 this year. The statutory most in Virginia are 12 months in prison and a $2,500 penalty.