“Ink Master” star Daniel Silva first addressed the death of YouTube star Corey La Barrie

La Barrie died on May 25th Birthday when a car allegedly driven by Silva crashed into a tree According to reports, the tattoo artist tried to escape from the scene

Silva wrote on Instagram next to a photo of a leopard tattoo he gave La Barrie as a gift: “I am grateful for the time we spent together and I will keep these memories every day. I have so much of what I have want to say but unfortunately i am currently restricted i just posted a video on youtube with all i could. It still doesn’t feel real but your love and support for Corey and me means so much to me ”

In his video, Silva apologized directly to La Barrie and the friends, family and fans of the star “Creating this video was very difficult for me as it was almost impossible to find the right words for something like this” he continues

“Right now I’m still processing all of these emotions I’m going through and just being forced to face the accident that led to the death of one of my best friends”

Silva added that La Barrie’s family had petitioned the judge to reduce the second degree murder charge to manslaughter and thanked them for “realizing that this was a tragic accident”

La Barrie died in LA in May 2020.Silva was charged shortly thereafter and made no objection to a gross vehicle manslaughter crime, most of his sentence was suspended and he was released in October

The La Barrie family have filed an unlawful death lawsuit against Silva, according to TMZ.Silva told the outlet that he would try to make amends for the accident, in part by becoming a public safe driving advocate, and hopes to join someday Speaking to La Barrie’s family to apologize personally

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World news – USA – Daniel Silva talks about the death of Corey La Barrie: “It still doesn’t feel real”

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