Accident Victim's Possible Fault Could Reduce Brandy's $9 Million-A-Year Car Insurance Rates

Great news for everyone who knew deep in their hearts that beloved Moesha star Brandy would never intentionally mow down someone on the highway: She may not have! Potentially exculpatory evidence in her ongoing fatal fender-render investigation might have her appraising the talents of mother-and-son plate spinning teams on America's Got Talent faster than you can say "Hey, that guy's selling oranges. I've been meaning to get some—OH MY GOD!" TMZ reports:

A CHP source tells TMZ the woman who died in the car accident involving Brandy actually struck the vehicle in front of her before Brandy made any contact. The law enforcement source says Awatef Aboudihaj, the woman who died, struck the car in front of her — which was going 65 mph, and then slammed on her brakes. We're told the sudden stop caused Brandy to hit the dead woman's car.
The L.A. City Attorney has until the end of the business day on Friday to decide whether to file criminal charges against Brandy — that's when the one-year statute of limitations runs out. Sources tell TMZ there is significant division in the City Attorney's office, and a decision still has not been made. The problem for the City Attorney: if they file manslaughter charges, they have to prove Brandy did something negligent — and we're told that could be difficult if not impossible.

While this is a fortuitous turn for Brandy, prosecutors have one final damning piece of evidence should they allege she considered herself at fault: she told the cops she was Aaliyah.

Brandy Crash - Dead Woman At Fault?[TMZ]