Nancy Grace: Drunk Driver Who Killed New Bride Whines About Having No Mat for ‘Daily Crunches’

CrimeOnline’s Nancy Grace isn’t buying the claims of  contrition from the alleged drunk drive who killed a South Carolina bride and seriously injured the groom on their wedding night last month.

Jamie Komoroski, 25, is charged with negligent homicide and DUI involving death/serious injury for the April 28 crash in Folly Beach that killed Samantha Miller and sent her husband, Aric Hutchinson, to the hospital with broken bones and a broken heart, CrimeOnline reported. Two other family members were riding in the golf cart Komoroski plowed into that night and also suffered serious injuries.

“I never say the word ‘accident’ when it comes to vehicular homicide,” Grace told Fox News. “It is a crash. She and others like her make the decision to drink and drink and drink and get in the car and drive. That is a calculated decision.”

Not only did Komoroski made that “calculated decision,” Grace said, but now she’s whining and crying in recorded phone calls to parents and friends.

She wants bond, she’s complaining about the food … but she’s also complaining because she doesn’t have a mat on which to do her daily crunches,” an incredulous Grace said. “And she keeps screaming and crying about how her life has been ruined. Wisely her father in one of these calls told her to suck it up and stop calling the elected sheriff by her first name.”

“It’s all about me me me me me, and when she does register any contrition she says, ‘I hope the judge knows i’m really sorry,'”

Grace also discussed Idaho college murders suspect Bryan Kohberger’s appearance in court at his arraignment on Monday, speculating on why his attorney said the defendant had elected to “stand silent,” forcing the judge to enter not guilty pleas on his behalf.

It could have been, she said, to set up an incompetency defense, or even to keep a surviving roommate — who heard his voice on the night Ethan Chapin, Xana Kernodle, Kaylee Goncalves, and Madison Mogen were murdered — from making a voice match.

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