Man Responsible for Death of Usher’s Stepson Sentenced to Four Years in Prison
Jeffrey Hubbard, the man who was operating and lost control of a jet ski, which collided with and killed Usher's stepson Kile Glover, has been sentenced. Hubbard was found guilty of a myriad of charges, including homicide via vessel, reckless operation of a vessel, unlawful operation of a personal watercraft, boat traffic violation and serious injury by vessel during his jury trial last month. He was sentenced to four years in prison on March 6, according to WENN.
Glover, 11, was floating in the water at Lake Lanier in Georgia when hit by the jet ski. He tragically suffered permanent brain damage during the accident, which took place in early July. He was removed from life support two weeks later on July 21.
Usher was married to Glover's mother, Tameka. Together, Usher and Tameka, who are now divorced, have twin sons. They were in the middle of a custody battle during this tragedy, but managed to put aside their differences temporarily to help each other through it.