Questions whirl around statements Kevin O'Leary made after his boat crashed into another ship in Canada and killed two people.
The star "Shark Tank" claimed that the other boat was a larger ship for 13 people. At that time, they had no lights and fled the scene after the collision on Saturday night on Lake Joseph in Ontario.
The police, however, had a different account.
"Both ships had left the scene and when they reached the location, both ships had contact with ambulance rescue teams," said Joe Scali, spokesman for the West Parry Sound Ontario Provincial Police, according to Global News.
In the meantime, a source told the TMZ that the larger boat was burning at the traffic lights time of the 23:30 crash.
Other sources reported the gossip that O & # 39; Leary believes there was a video of the crash to prove that the Lights were not on
After the accident, Suzana Brito (48) from Ontario and Gary Poltash (64) from Florida were dead.
O & # 39; Leary said his wife Linda had driven their boat at that time. She was subjected to a DUI test and passed. A third person aboard her ship was injured and sutured in the hospital, TMZ said.