Did you know Ferris Bueller once killed two women in Ireland? | Bob's Blitz

Did you know Ferris Bueller once killed two women in Ireland?

Matthew Broderick was charged with 'causing death by dangerous driving' in 1987 while in Ireland. He slammed a rental BMW head on into a car while on vacation and two women died. Phil Mushnick writes:

Broderick and his passenger had minor injuries. The women in the other car were killed.

Initially, Broderick was charged with the country’s equivalent of vehicular homicide, for which he could have done five years. Later, the charge was reduced to careless driving, for which he paid a $175 fine.

Apparently, his explanation — that he had absolutely no idea and absolutely no recollection of what happened — stood up. The family of the victims called it “a travesty of justice.”


Broderick's passenger? 'Jeanie Bueller' -- Jennifer Grey. Go ahead, look it up.

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