Joanne Luu

Joanne Luu Not Guilty In Double Fatal Wreck


Joanne Luu.
Joanne Luu

BOCA RATON, FL ( — A Palm Beach County Jury cleared former Boca Raton resident Joanne Luu of two counts of DUI Manslaughter and two counts of Vehicular Homicide in the 2012 deaths of 85 year old Angelina Ferrarella and 54 year old Donna D’Angelo.
Luu was also cleared of the DUI charge.
Joanne Luu was accused of driving under the influence and causing the wreck at the intersection of 441 and Sandalfoot Blvd.
Luu made headlines not just for the wreck, but for her social media outbursts following the incident. As we reported on June 28th, 2012:

… Luu posted several explicit comments to her Twitter account, including:
“f…k all you people harassing me about the accident.”
Joanne Luu also posted sexually suggestive photos to her Tumblr account, where she questions her love for her fiance.
She then posted, “I wonder if pbg varsity football has gotten any better.”
Luu also tweeted that “the hospital didn’t help me at all. Thanks a lot tho.”
Earlier in the week, she tweeted, “Godda… fu…ng traffic from all these bad ass accidents.”

Luu was found guilty of possession of drug equipment, but court records suggest that she was sentenced to time served for that offense —
Joanne Luu was released from the Palm Beach County Jail late Friday evening after spending 856 days in jail. She now lives in Palm Beach Gardens.


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