US diplomat’s wife Anne Sacoolas has been seen for the first time since she fled the UK after a road crash that killed a teenage motorcyclist — getting filmed back behind the wheel.
Sacoolas, the 42-year-old wife of US intelligence officer Jonathan Sacoolas, was confronted by a UK News crew after getting into a white Subaru SUV outside a house in a suburban-looking US street.
“No,” she snapped when the ITV News reporter introduced himself as she sat in the car, with one of her children appearing to be in the front passenger seat beside her. Backing out of the driveway, she repeated “no” one more time while the reporter asked questions.
Sacoolas had sparked outrage when she fled the UK claiming diplomatic immunity for the August wrong-way crash that killed 19-year-old Harry Dunn close to at RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire.
Dunn’s mom, Charlotte Charles, tearfully said she was “distraught” at seeing her seemingly so happy back to normal life.
“She’s clearly just going about her normal day, driving and taking the kids to school,” she told ITV.
“She looks well, she looks calm, the house is all decorated with Christmas stuff.
“Her life looks so normal — and she’s completely wrecked ours,” she said, calling her refusal to talk “cold-hearted.”
ITV did not say where Sacoolas was filmed, but she had lived in Vienna, Virginia, before moving with her husband to the UK, getting previous fines for her driving.
“Harry’s parents will accordingly issue no further pleas appealing to her better nature to do the right thing and come back voluntarily. She clearly does not have that in her,” family spokesman Radd Seigler told The Sun.
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