A woman whose family was injured in a 2015 fatal car crash in Malibu involving Caitlyn Jenner has not ruled out backing her bid for California governor.
Lea Wolf-Millesi was a passenger in the passenger seat of a Hummer H2 that was involved in a four-car pileup with Jenner's Cadillac Escalade – and multiple members of her family claimed injuries after the fatal wreck.
'I don't know yet! I'm still digesting it,' Wolf-Millesi laughed when asked by Daily Beast if she would support Jenner.
Jenner, 71, was never criminally charged but the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department determined she was driving at an 'unsafe speed' and intended to recommend manslaughter charges, KTLA reported a the time.
The Olympian was driving her Escalade when she rear-ended Kim Howe, a 69-year-old widow, pushing her into oncoming traffic. Howe's Lexus was then hit by the Hummer that Wolf-Millesi and her family were in.
Howe died at the scene and Wolf-Millesi's infant son was 'not …