Brandy Being Sued Yet Again for Her 2006 Crash
R&B singer Brandy Norwood's December 2006 auto accident just won't go away.
TMZ, who first broke the news of the fatal car crash nearly two years ago, now reports that Daniel Lite, a man who was allegedly injured in the multi-vehicle pileup, is suing both Brandy, 29, and Awatef Aboudihaj for disregard for road rules.
There's just one eyebrow-raising thing: Aboudihaj was the woman killed in the incident.
Brandy has been having somewhat of a career comeback lately. Human, her first album in three-and-a-half years, was released last week.
To promote it, she performed at New York City radio station Z100's Jingle Ball on Friday, alongside Ne-Yo, Lady GaGa, Rihanna, Katy Perry and David Archuleta.
Brandy also recently opened up for the first time about her sham marriage to producer Robert Smith six years ago.
But despite her return to the spotlight, the "Sittin' Up In My Room" singer will now have to contend with this new lawsuit, which was filed in L.A. County Superior Court last week.
Daniel Lite claims Norwood and Awatef failed to keep a safe distance from each other while driving on the Los Angeles 101 freeway. Mixed with their inability to travel at a safe speed, Lite alleges this caused Brandy to rear-end Awatef, which then propelled Awatef's car into his.
Brandy is also facing a $50 million civil suit that has been filed against her by the family of married mother of two Awatef.
With all that contention, why is she trying to pick fights with Rihanna and Beyonce?