In the case of Nikki Catsura that comes across, she dies in the year of 2016, 31st October. It is been said that it was too early when the incident took place and she died that is around 18 years of age.
Because of the fast speed that took her life is the major reason behind the same.
The case happened when she was going in a Porsche 911 Carrera, which allegedly had a place with her dad when the she crashed into a fee collection counter in Lake Forest, California.
All the incident cases and the pictures were revealed by California police officers and hence it was reported the death incident of Nikki Catsura.
By the pictures that revealed on internet it could sense that the body of the girl was totally smashed due to the accident and hence the family member could take the legal action against the same.
The Catsouras family sued the California Highway Patrol and the two dispatch directors supposedly answerable for releasing the photos in the Superior Court of California for Orange County.
At first, an adjudicator decided that it is proper to push ahead with the family’s lawful body of evidence against the CHP for releasing the photos.
Only days following 18-year-old Nikki Catsuras’ demise in an appalling auto collision in 2006, her dad got an email with an image of the bleeding mishap scene and the inscription “Woohoo! Hello daddy, I’m as yet alive!”
A barbarous stunt including nine frightful pictures of the realistic mishap spread on the net and a phony Myspace page set up in Nikki’s name where she was known as a “moronic bitch”.
Analysts composed things like, “That ruined rich young lady merited it” and “What a misuse of a Porsche”.
How did the pictures get spilled into the Net?
Two California Highway Patrol dispatchers were to be accused. A lawyer of theirs said that he sent the pictures to family members and companions “as a useful example” to caution them about the threats of the street.
“Any youngster that sees these photographs and is spurred into driving all the more warily or less wildly is an open help.”
Nikki’s family syed the CHP for carelessness, security attack, and the curse of passionate mischief, however, an adjudicator excused the case as it had no lawful premise to take a shot at. The Catsourases are engaging.
Newsweek’s Jessica Bennett notes: “However while criticism and defamation are managed by law in reality, in the digital world nearly anything goes… Legally, anybody can post wicked pictures of Nikki Catsouras.”