Jeffrey Hubbard, the man who collided with Usher's stepson on a jet ski, has been found guilty for homicide.
The death of Usher's 11-year old stepson in 2012 was a true tragedy, particularly because of how avoidable it was. Kile Glover, who was the son of Usher's ex-wife Tameka, was hit by a jet ski while tubing with his father on Georgia's Lake Vanier in July of 2012. The collision caused severe brain injuries, and Kile was declared brain dead shortly after the incident.
Jeffrey Hubbard, the operator of the jet ski, was arrested last march on multiple charges, and today was found guilty for homicide.
Hubbard was convicted of five counts, which include homicide by vessel, reckless operation and unlawful operation of a personal watercraft.