Dwyane Haskins‘ widow, Kalabrya Gondrezick-Haskins, has filed a lawsuit claiming the former NFL quarterback was robbed and targeted in a blackmail scheme before his death on April 9, 2022.
Kalabrya filed a lawsuit in Florida approximately three weeks ago.
The lawsuit states that on April 8 and April 9, Dwayne went to four establishments in Miami, and he was targeted and drugged by people who were planning to rob and blackmail him.
The four establishments that Dwayne visited were:
- The Wyndham Hotel
- Drive Shack (entertainment venue with interactive golf games)
- Blue Anchor Pub
- E11EVEN (nightclub)
According to Kalabrya, Joey Smith, Meriem Yassine, Wissal Yassine, and Karlee Peyton drugged Dwayne at some point while he was spending time at the four different establishments.
She is suing the four individuals for battery, and she is also suing the four establishments for negligence, claiming they allowed “patrons to use drugs and to drug other patrons, including Dwayne.”
Kalabrya Haskins’ attorney, Rich Ellsley, released a statement on Monday morning (April 10, 2023) alleging Dwayne’s “highly-expensive watch was stolen from him shortly before his death.”
According to the police, Dwayne Haskins died after being struck by a dump truck on a Florida highway.
The Broward County Medical Examiner’s Office reported Dwayne was on foot after his rental car ran out of gas.
Authorities said Dwayne “drank heavily” and ingested ketamine in the hours leading up to the tragic accident.
His blood alcohol level was .24 at the time of the accident.
Kalabrya is also suing the dump truck driver who hit Dwayne, the rental car company where the car was rented, and the Florida Department of Transportation.
Dwayne was 24 years old when he passed.
Kalabrya recently posted a tribute to her late husband on her Instagram:
In July 2021, Dwayne Haskins’ wife, Kalabrya Gondrezick-Haskins, was arrested in Las Vegas after she allegedly knocked his tooth out.