Usher’s Stepson, Kile Glover, died at 11 years old after being removed from life support on Saturday. The man responsible for the jet ski accident, Jeffrey Hubbard, could face serious charges, according to Hollywood Life.
Kile Glover was involved in a ski jet incident earlier this month during a trip to Atlanta. The 11-year-old boy was getting pulled by a boat on an inner tube when a man named Jeffrey Hubbard crashed into the tube and severely injured Kile and another girl that was with him. The boy was taken to the nearest hospital where doctors established his brain death and placed him on life support hoping that he would eventually come out of the coma.
Three weeks later, doctors concluded there was nothing they could do for the boy to recover, so they left Usher and his ex-wife Tameka Foster with the difficult choice of putting an end to their boy’s life or keeping him alive through medical devices. They decided to remove Kile from life support as there was no chance for him to overcome his comatose state. Kile Glover’s death was pronounced on Saturday, but the family did not want to provide any other details.
Close sources claim that Jeffrey Hubbard, the man who is responsible for the incident, could face serious charges as a result of the damages he has caused. Authorities stated that they will continue the investigation to determine who should be held accountable for the jet ski accident. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division told the press that they are currently writing a report for the District Attorney. They will mention Kile Glover’s death because they think the consequences of the incident are too big to be neglected.
Usher and Tameka Foster received many encouraging messages from their celebrity pals as soon as the latter heard the news. Toni Braxton wrote that she is very sorry for their loss and offered all her help and support. The funeral service is expected to take place this week according to a rep at Willie A Watkins Funeral Home in Atlanta.