Kalabrya Haskins files Lawsuit Claiming Dwayne Haskins Was Drugged, Robbed, and Blackmailed Before Fatal Accident

Kalabrya Haskins, the widow of former NFL quarterback Dwayne Haskins, alleges that her husband was drugged in the hours before death with the intent to blackmail and rob by a group of people. She has filed a lawsuit. The suit alleges that Dwayne was targeted and drugged in a blackmail and robbery conspiracy. It also raises questions about the timeline before his death and notes that the dump truck’s driver may have been responsible for the accident.

Dwayne Haskins widow claims he was blackmailed and robbed

The lawsuit further claims that Joey Smith, Meriem Yassine, Wissal Yassine, and Karlee Peyton drugged the 26-year-old old while he was at the Wyndham Hotel, a Drive Shack, a restaurant called the Blue Anchor Pub, and E11EVEN nightclub on April 8 and the early morning hours of April 9, 2022, in Miami. Kalabrya is suing the four individuals for battery and the establishments for negligence, claiming they allowed patrons to use drugs and drug other patrons, including her late husband.

The lawsuit alleges that the dump truck driver who hit Dwayne, Oriel Patino, was driving carelessly and above the speed limit. In addition, the truck’s owner, Pedro Sinecio Diaz, is accused of failing to repair the truck’s brakes and tires properly. Haskins died on April 9, 2022, after being struck by a dump truck on a Florida highway.

Also, the lawsuit alleges that his highly-expensive watch was stolen from him shortly before his death.

The suit has been filed in Florida by personal injury attorney Rick Ellsley on behalf of Haskins’ widow and parents. The suit also names the Wyndham Garden Hotel in Boca Raton, Florida, and the three establishments Dwayne had visited before his death: Drive Shack in Palm Beach, Florida; the Blue Anchor Pub in Delray Beach, Florida; and E11Even nightclub in Miami.

Attorney Rick Ellsley released a statement saying the lawsuit is “an important step in the process of uncovering the complete truth about this tragedy.”

The Florida Department of Transportation is also named in the lawsuit, claiming they obstructed visibility with a construction sign and didn’t properly maintain the lighting or lower the speed limit where Haskins was hit. The lawsuit also alleges that the rental car company, Roam Rental Car of Miami, rented Haskins a mechanically damaged car, leading to him running out of gas.

According to a Broward County Medical Examiner’s Office investigation report, Dwayne had been on foot on the roadway after his rental car had run out of gas. The report also revealed that the QB had “drank heavily” and ingested ketamine in the hours before his passing. His blood alcohol level was .24 at the time of the accident.

The details surrounding the death of former NFL quarterback Dwayne Haskins remain murky. However, the civil lawsuit filed by his widow aims to shed light on the events leading up to his tragic death.