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Beer Baron August Busch Agrees To Settlement In Girlfriend’s Death

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August Busch IV, the former CEO of Aneuser Busch, has agreed to pay 1.5 million dollars in a wrongful-death lawsuit concerning the death of his former girlfriend in his home. August has quite a checked past. As a college student, he allegedly left the scene of a car crash that killed a 22 year old woman. Eight hours later, he was found disoriented, with blood still on him, but charges were dropped after evidence was lost. Many have said that his wealth and influence have allowed him to get away with a lot.  Read more about this latest court case against him.

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