Although Williams managed to squeeze out a tiny smile for the paparazzi, the 37-year-old was visibly fighting back the tears as she struggles through what could very likely be her worst year yet.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Venus was slapped with a wrongful death lawsuit on June 29 after she allegedly ran a red light in Palm Beach, FL and slammed into Linda and Jerome Barson‘s car on June 9, and Jerome, 78, died.
But, after looking at surveillance footage, authorities released a statement, stating, “it has been determined the vehicle driven by Venus Williams lawfully entered the intersection on a circular green traffic signal.”
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Venus' humiliating defeat at the esteemed British tennis tournament Wimbledon on Saturday only added to the star's unfortunate series of events.
She lost in the women’s final to Garbine Muguruza, 23, who had been ranked 14th seed entering the contest.
Venus was trying to be the oldest Grand Slam singles female winner ever.
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