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$15 Million Awarded in Wrongful Death Suit of UVA Lacrosse Player




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In a significant ruling on Monday, a jury held the former boyfriend of a University of Virginia lacrosse player responsible for her tragic death in 2010, leading to a $15 million compensation to be paid to the victim’s family in a wrongful death lawsuit, Your Content has learned.

The victim, Yeardley Love, aged 22, was discovered lifeless in her off-campus apartment on May 3, 2010.

Her on-again, off-again boyfriend, George Huguely, who was also 22 at the time, was subsequently convicted of her murder in 2012. Huguely received a 23-year prison sentence for his involvement in the killing.

In this recent civil suit, the jury decided that Huguely must provide $15 million in damages to Love’s grieving family, recognizing the immense loss they have endured due to her untimely and tragic death, according to YAHOO.

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