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Kevin Ward Jr’s Family Speaks Out
Kevin Ward Jr’s Family Speaks Out

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According to NewsOxy, the Ward family blames Stewart’s aggressive driving for his death.

They are furious, reports indicate. Ward’s aunt took to Facebook to lash out at Stewart for her nephew’s death. She called Stewart a “di*k,” which was included in the paragraph she wrote. The New York Daily News reports that Ward’s Aunt “lashed out at Tony Stewart in a heated Facebook post on Sunday, swatting away the NASCAR racer’s condolences” to the family.

Wendi Ward wrote: “I feel numb, I look into the eyes of family and see a deep hurt that should not be there, my heart has pounded out of my chest for hours, thanks for thinking of our family tony Stewart when you decided to be a d–k! My nephew was one of a kind, a true race car driver, a p–s head and a sweetie all in one, a young man who will be truly missed by many! Aunt Wendi loves you budster, forever in our hearts.”

There is also reports that  new video has been sent to police that shows an entirely new view of the accident

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