Bruce Jenner Sued for Wrongful Death Over Car Crash

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Bruce Jenner attends the Annual Charity Day Hosted By Cantor Fitzgerald And BGC at the Cantor Fitzgerald Office on September 11, 2013 in New York, United States.  

The stepchildren of a woman killed in an automobile crash involving Bruce Jenner have sued the Olympic gold medalist.

The wrongful death case was filed Friday in Los Angeles by the stepchildren of Kim Howe, whose car was pushed into oncoming traffic after Jenner's sport utility vehicle collided with it on Pacific Coast Highway in February.

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The lawsuit by Dana Redmond and William Howe does not specify how much they are seeking, but states they have sustained enormous damages.

Jenner's publicist Alan Nierob declined comment.

Jenner has not been charged in the case. An investigation is ongoing.

Jenner said in a TV interview that he identifies as a woman and has felt gender confusion since he was a boy.