The video shows an LSU student leaving the bar the night of the crash; Declaration of Reggie releases

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) – Newly obtained video shows LSU student Madison Brooks leaving the Tigerland bar, Reggie’s, the night she was hit by a vehicle.

The video first shows four people crossing the street towards a parking lot. Sources told WAFB the next person seen crossing the street is Brooks, who catches up with the young men as they leave.

Investigators from the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office say she left Reggie’s that night with four guys she had just met at the bar. Two of these guys are accused of raping her. After dropping her off, she was hit by a car on Burbank Drive.

Reggie’s had its liquor license suspended after one of the underage suspects told police the group was drinking at the bar that night. Reggie’s released an official statement Thursday, January 26 regarding the ongoing investigation.

I-TEAM: 3 suspects in Madison Brooks rape case released from prison


According to EBRSO, three of the men accused of participating in or witnessing a sexual encounter involving an LSU student before her death have been released from prison.

Bond hearings are underway Tuesday, Jan. 24, for three men who investigators say participated in or witnessed a sexual encounter with an LSU student.

Arrest documents show Brooks left a bar near the LSU campus with three men and a 17-year-old man. She was standing in a dark section of Burbank Drive near Pelican Lakes Parkway around 3 a.m. on January 15 when she was hit by a vehicle driven by a ride-share driver, investigators said. Brooks died in a hospital a few days later.

According to records from the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office, three of the men accused of participating in or witnessing a sexual encounter involving Brooks before his death have been released from jail.

About a popular Tigerland bar temporarily banned from serving or selling alcohol after the death of LSU student Madison Brooks.

Deputies arrested four men in connection with an incident that ultimately led to LSU student Madison Brooks being struck and killed by a vehicle at BR.

Everett Lee, 28, and Casen Carver, 18, were released from prison on Tuesday, January 24, according to their lawyers. The men appeared before 19th Judicial District Judge Brad Myers earlier today to determine the amount of their bail before trial. Lee’s bail was set at $75,000 and Carver’s at $50,000, records show.

Kaivon Deondre Washington, 18, who was posted on $150,000 bond, was released from jail on Thursday, Jan. 26, according to prison records.

The underage suspect, who was arrested and charged with rape for allegedly having sex with the student, has had his pre-trial hearing pushed back to February.

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