'American Idol': Alexis Cohen's alleged hit-run driver indicted

A man has been indicted in the hit-and-run death of former "American Idol" contestant Alexis Cohen.

A grand jury in Ocean County, N.J., has indicted 24-year-old Daniel J. Bark on four counts related to Cohen's death, the Asbury Park Press reports. Bark will face charges of aggravated manslaughter, death by auto, eluding police and knowingly leaving the scene of an accident that resulted in death.

Cohen never made it past the audition round on "Idol," but she was one of the show's most memorable first-round rejectees. After getting the boot from the judges in 2007, she let loose with an expletive-filled tirade that quickly went viral. She returned for another audition the following year and was again rejected.

She was killed on July 25, 2009, in Seaside Heights, N.J., after being struck by a vehicle. Police say Bark was fleeing police and struck her as she was crossing the street. She was 25.
Source: blog.zap2it.com

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