Red Bull heir’s Ferrari crash indictment postponed for a fourth time

The trial proceedings of the criminal case against Vorayuth Yoovidhya, a 28-year-old Red Bull heir, was postponed today for a fourth time.

Prosecutors said that they were still waiting for more testimony from police on whether or not they should press an additional charge of speeding against Vorayuth. It was the same reason for the previous postponement of the indictment

According to Manager Online, Vorayuth is now being charged with a hit-and-run offense as well as dangerous driving causing death. Speeding will be his third charge if he was found driving at 170 km/hour as he was accused. The indictment was deferred for a maximum of one month.

Vorayuth stands accused of killing a police officer whilst driving his Ferrari in the early hours of the morning on Sukhumvit Road last September.

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