On “The Bachelorette,” Tyler Cameron is still in the rushing to win star Hannah Brown’s heart. Off camera, he’s preparing for a court appearance for an auto collision that happened soon after the unscripted TV drama wrapped up shooting.
He’s planned to be in court August 6 in Palm Beach County, Florida, for a pre-preliminary hearing, as indicated by court reports.
Police say the 24-year-old Jupiter local back finished a pickup truck while driving in the place where he grew up May 21, nearby outlets Sun Sentinel and local10.com report. The accident happened around 7:30 a.m. what’s more, drove the truck to slam into another vehicle, causing about $15,000 in harms between the three vehicles. Police gave Cameron a traffic reference for imprudent driving.
“The Bachelorette” ordinarily wraps up recording in mid-May, near the time the show debuts.
Who will leave the season finale with a life partner? Beside Cameron, it could be Peter Weber, the 27-year-old pilot with a sweet, clever character and a liking for windmills, or Jed Wyatt, a 25-year-old vocalist/musician from Nashville