Bachelorette Star Ditches Court For Date With Supermodel
Bachelorette Star Failure to Appear
Reality T.V. star Tyler Cameron, runner-up on Season 15 of the bachelorette, failed to appear at his court date on Tuesday, August 6, 2019 according to Florida Records.
Supermodels Instead Of Judges
Tyler Cameron was involved in a three car collision with a pregnant woman on May 21, 2019 in Jupiter, Florida when he crashed his 2005 Ford Excursion in to the back of Ford Truck, which caused the Ford Truck to then collide with a third vehicle driven by a pregnant woman. Cameron was found to be at-fault for the collision and was issued a citation for careless driving and fined $166. Cameron then failed to pay the fine resulting in his drivers license being suspended.
According to the Sun-Sentinel, Cameron was ordered to pay an additional $60 fine and $106 in court fees on Tuesday, the reports. The Bachelorette star is also expected to complete a mandatory eight-hour driving school course by November 4.
While he failed to show up to his court date, the reality tv personality was seen at quite a few other places this week. According to several news outlets, although Tyler Cameron did not get that final rose in the Season 15 Finale, he was recently spotted leaving Hannah Brown’s home early in the morning on August 2. Then, just a few days later, Tyler Cameron was seen out on a date with supermodel Gigi Hadid that ended at her apartment as well.
Liability For Careless Driving
Although interesting to read, sticky situations, love triangles and stardom are not excuses to ignore the Law. According to, Florida Code 316.1925, careless driving is defined as:
- Any person operating a vehicle upon the streets or highways within the state shall drive the same in a careful and prudent manner, having regard for the width, grade, curves, corners, traffic, and all other attendant circumstances, so as not to endanger the life, limb, or property of any person. Failure to drive in such manner shall constitute careless driving and a violation of this section.
- Any person who violates this section shall be cited for a moving violation punishable as provided in Chapter 318.
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Motor vehicle collisions, traffic citations and failing to appear to court dates not only result in hefty court fines, but in some cases, harsher penalties, extra fines and even hail time. Although we do not know if reality TV star Tyler Cameron received contempt for his failure to appear, Stokes Stemle, LLC fights for our clients regardless of fame.
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