Deshazor Dontee’ Everett, strong safety and member of the special teams in American football was born on February 22, 1992. Texas A&M was his college football team.
Deshazor Everett received a three-month house arrest term on Thursday for his involvement as the driver in a car accident that caused the death of his girlfriend in December 2021.
Everett was first charged with involuntary manslaughter, but in July the charge was changed to careless driving. The Loudoun County General District Court handed down the sentence.
Following the winter accident, Olivia Peters, Everett’s girlfriend who was 29 years old at the time of the incident, was declared dead at StoneSprings Hospital Center. On December 23, at around 9:15 p.m., Everett’s car “left the right side of the lane, impacted numerous trees, and rolled over.” According to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office.
Everett sustained severe wounds that weren’t life-threatening. In addition to being placed under house arrest, he will also have to pay a $2,500 fine and have his license suspended for a period of six months.
People send the Player their sincere sympathies as he lost his lady love. Olivia Peters, the girlfriend of Deshazor Everett, will be discussed in this article.
Who Was Oliva Peter, Deshazor Everett?
Olivia S. Peters, who lived in Montgomery County, Maryland, and worked as an OSP therapist, was 29 years old. Her family made a public statement that she had graduated from Our Woman of Good Counsel High School in 2010.
She also has a bachelor’s degree from the College of South Carolina, which she got in 2014. Peters got a Master’s Diploma in Occupational Therapy from Shenandoah College in 2018. Before that, she worked as an OSP (Ontario Structured Psychotherapy) therapist in Las Vegas and New York.
According to a statement from her family that was posted by David Kaplan of WTTG, Olivia’s main goal was to help kids who had special needs or were poor.
Deshazor Everett Pleads Guilty In Fatal Crash
WTOP, a radio station in Washington, D.C., said that Everett was charged with involuntary manslaughter in February, but he made a deal to plead guilty to the less serious charge of reckless driving. Peter’s family and the lawyers on both sides all agreed to the deal.
Investigators found no signs that Everett had used drugs or been drinking. But the police said he was going over 90 mph in a 45 mph zone on a winding road in Loudoun County, Virginia.
Everett is still not signed to a team. Even though he was listed as a safety, he mostly played on special teams for Washington during his seven years there.
Deshazor Paid Tribute To His Dead Girlfriend
Deshazor’s official Instagram account is called @deverett and is signed with that name. On which he has 30.4K followers.
On February 21, he posted a picture of himself and Olivia hugging, and both of them look very happy. He wrote in the caption, “💔 special days not special anymore; You was my better half 9️⃣” The post’s comment section has been turned off.