Disturbing Details Revealed About Tragic Death Of Former NFL QB Dwayne Haskins

Dwayne Haskins

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Disturbing details have emerged regarding the death of former NFL quarterback Dwayne Haskins.

The Associated Press has obtained information from a lawsuit that sheds light on a series of tragic events leading to his fatal accident on a South Florida highway.

Haskins, who gained fame as a college football star at Ohio State before being selected as a first-round draft pick by the Commanders in 2019, was only 24 years old at the time of his passing.

According to the lawsuit, Haskins was allegedly drugged, robbed, and extorted before being fatally struck by a dump truck while standing on the highway.

The incident, which took place in 2022, has raised serious questions about the circumstances surrounding his death.

Details from the lawsuit paint a disturbing picture of events leading up to the tragedy. The suit claims that Haskins was drugged and robbed by a group consisting of a man and three women.

The lawsuit further contends a series of factors that contributed to the fatal collision. Among the allegations, it is asserted that the dump truck responsible for Haskins’ death was allegedly speeding and operating carelessly, potentially in violation of weight limit regulations.

Moreover, the lawsuit suggests that the rental truck driven by Haskins had a defect that led to it running out of gas on the highway.

Criticism has also been directed at the state highway department, which is accused of failing to properly maintain and illuminate the road where the accident occurred.

Additionally, it is claimed that the state neglected to implement a lower speed limit in the construction zone, possibly contributing to the fatal collision.

A temporary sign is also cited as potentially obstructing visibility and exacerbating the already hazardous conditions.