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Jeffrey David Kirby PHOTO!

Jeffrey David Kirby PHOTO

PHOTO. Here is picture of the horrible car crash of TapouT’s Mask that Jeffrey David Kirby reported left. Now Jeffrey David Kirby is being held after his Porsche crashed or caused a crash with Charles Lewis Jr’s Ferrari.


Mercury News is reporting “the Ferrari apparently collided with a Porsche and spun out of control… Newport Beach police have not determined whether either vehicle was racing, but have arrested the Porsche driver who allegedly left the scene.”

The above photo shows the Ferrari literally split in two. The below description from the OC Register explains the crash scene:

Jeffrey David Kirby, 51, of Costa Mesa is in Orange County jail custody custody in lieu of $2 million bail on a count of gross vehicular manslaughter after a police officer reportedly witnessed him fleeing the scene of a collision involving the Ferrari and a white 1977 Porsche just before 1 a.m. at southbound Jamboree Road, near Camelback Street.

The officer told authorities that Kirby was driving the Porsche alongside the Ferrari when the red car hit a curb and then a light pole. The light pole then fell back onto the luxury Italian sports car. The officer said the driver of the Porsche stopped momentarily, but continued driving.

Moments ago TapouT said their will be a memorial. It issued the following statement:

“It is with heavy hearts and great sadness that we must regretfully confirm the passing of our beloved friend, brother and co-founder Charles “Mask” Lewis following a car accident that occurred last night. We are currently in the process of setting up a memorial service in his honor and will release more details as they become available. Many thanks to all for the outpouring of blessings and well-wishes during this incredibly difficult time.”

Kirby’s passenger is reportedly Lynn Marie Nabozny.

Still developing …

Below is breaking video of the crash scene just in.

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