Another New Defendant Added To Tammy Sytch’s Manslaughter Trial

The dealership that sold Tammy Sytch a car while her license was suspended will be placed under scrutiny.

According to a report by PW Insider, the Circuit Court of the Sevenths Judicial Circuit in and for Volusia County, Florida officially added a third defendant to the civil lawsuit filed against Tammy Lynn Sytch and her fiancé, James Pente on January 17th. The third defendant was Ultimate Motor Cars, LLC, the company from which Sytch was financing the car involved in the three car traffic incident.

Whitney Hill, Lasseter’s daughter, submitted the motion seeking that the Court allow Ultimate Motor Cars on January 9th, and the court agreed. Lasseter’s estate indicated that after more investigation, they now feel Ultimate Motor Cars, LLC “may bear” some blame in Lasseter’s death. 

According to the Amended lawsuit, Lasseter’s family believes that the ownership of the car falls with Ultimate Motor Cars. As such, Ultimate Motor Cars would be liable for damages.

We will have to wait and see what else is in store as Sytch faces up to 30 years in prison if found guilty.

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