Police find no evidence that Meghan Markle's half-sister was involved in a car accident involving paparazzi
Previous reports that Meghan Markle's half-sister, Samantha Grant, was hospitalized with a broken ankle after a car [1 9659004] As previously reported, Grant's boyfriend Mark Phillips told TMZ Wednesday that Florida, in a toll booth near an alleged “paparazzi confrontation” forced them to swerve their car in a concrete barrier. The embattled half-sister of the soon-to-be wife of Prince Harry also shared an image of her in the hospital.
However, police in Florida tell Fox News that they have never visited any such record Event taking place despite citizens being legally obliged to call 911 in the event of a car accident in which there was property damage.
Lieutenant Kim Montes, a spokeswoman for Florida Highway Patrol Troop D, said Fox News that his office was five different troops stretching from Tampa to Jacksonville and found no evidence of a crash or any report indicating that Grant and Phillips' story actually took place. She even coordinated with Michelle Guido, spokesperson from Orlando Police Department, who also came up with the story Grant detailed to TMZ true.
Montes notes that while there is very little chance that the agencies will be contacted unaware of this event if it took place She notes that the description of the description of the description of the description of the description of the description of the description of the description of the description of the file is not available. There are no reports of damage to a concrete barrier.
It's worth noting that, in the event the story is true and Phillips and Grant fail to contact the police, they may have property damage for 2nd degree misdemeanor charges. This crime carries with fines as well as a potential 60 day prison sentence.
'We looked for three hours last night. She lives in Ocala but there is no toll roads in Ocala 'The nearest toll road would be the turnpike so we checked the turnpike, we checked I4, we checked all these other roads,' Lt Montes said Daily Mail. 'We checked by his name, we checked by his name and we did not find any reports.
Montes said Fox News that because no report has been filed and no evidence of the event found, there was no reason to grant Grant's claims in the investigation this time to open .
Fox News' Stephanie Nolasco contributed to this report.
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