Valentina Hubsch, a former South Beach model, will not be put behind bars after leaving the scen of car crash that took the life of 21-year-old student of University of Miami.
Hubsch was sentenced with a plea deal that indicates Hubsch to spend 18 months under house arrest, another 18 months on probation and additional 250 hours of community service.
On the 13th day of November 2010, the victim, Paul Jones, had supposedly taken LSD according to his friends and was running through traffic on Red Road near 45th Street.
Numerous 911 calss were made reporting a disoriented man who was in the middle of the road trying to get people run him over.
Hubsch, meanwhile, was heading north when she told the police that she hit something. It was sudden and frightening that she did not know what happened. She stooped over for a while but later on continued to drive to her home and never called 911.
10 days after the crash, Jones perished and Hubsch surrendered and charged with leaving the scene of an accident involving a death.
Jones mother, Paula Jones, insisted that her son was did not use drugs and toxicology reports came back with nothing.
Prosecutors could not prove that Hubsch had the knowledge that she hit a person so her charges were down to leaving the scene of a crash involving injuries.
Hubsch said that she made the mistake of not making a call to the police right away and had asked for their forgiveness and that the family to have a room for forgiveness as much as she had already forgiven Paul.
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