Chris Soules avoided jail time in his fatal car crash case that left one man dead. But RadarOnline.com can reveal exclusive details on the former Bachelor star’s strict rules during his 2-year probation, including abstaining from alcohol.
As Radar reported, Soules, 37, was sentenced on Friday, August 23. After pleading guilty in November 2018 for leaving the scene of an accident resulting in serious injury, he accepted a suspended two-year prison sentence. He will serve two years on probation.
In court papers obtained from Iowa District Court for Buchanan County, a judge has approved the plea deal.
The terms of his probation will include paying a $625 fine and a $218.75 surcharge, plus other fines and court costs.
He must also “abstain from all mood-altering substances and not use or consume alcoholic beverages or other drugs or a combination of such substances.”
Soules may take medication as prescribed by a physician or other qualified medical professional.
He shall also “participate in any programming deemed necessary by the department to promote rehabilitation of Defendant and/or the protection of the community.”
On or before September 25, 2019, Soules “shall submit a physical specimen for DNA profiling.”
He is to report for supervision to the First Judicial District Department of Correctional Services on or before 4:30p.m. on August 28, 2019.
He has also been ordered to pay $2.5 million to the family of victim Kenneth Mosher.
As Radar reported, Soules rear-ended tractor driver Mosher on April 24, 2017.
Paramedics attempted to revive Mosher, who was thrown into a ditch, but were unsuccessful. He was pronounced dead at a local hospital.
Soules left the scene after calling 911. He was arrested hours later.
Alcoholic beverages and containers were found at the scene. He was also caught on camera purchasing alcohol before the crash.
Despite this evidence, he was charged with leaving the scene of a deadly crash, resulting in death.
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