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Mexican Telenovela Star Pablo Lyle Arrested After Allegedly Killing Man In Road Rage Incident

Pablo Lyle Road Rage Incident

Mexican telenovela star Pablo Lyle is facing serious criminal allegations after apparently being involved in a road rage incident in Miami early this week during which he’s accused of punching another driver in the head.
Even more tragic, the other driver — a 63-year-old man — died from his injuries sustained in the road rage incident on Thursday night.
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Initially, Lyle — the star of the Mexican show Mi Adorable Maldicion — was arrested on Monday after the incident itself and charged with battery, a third degree felony, before posting a $5,000 bond and being allowed to fly back to Mexico from Miami.
But in the days since, 63-year-old Juan Ricardo Hernandez‘s condition worsened, and on Thursday night, he died — leaving Lyle now on the hook for what will likely be a MUCH more serious charge. Worse still: security camera footage captured the attack itself, and proved that the actual incident happened MUCH differently than what Lyle and his brother in law (with whom he had been driving) initially told Miami police. Uh-oh…
Security camera footage of the incident itself made its way to social media late this week, showing a man getting out of a red car — that man, authorities say, is Pablo Lyle — and running at least nine steps to punch and knock out a man on the street.
You can see that video (below), but please be warned — it is very violent:

Another security camera also captured video of the moment that reportedly sparked the incident — the red car (which Lyle was riding in, being driven by his brother-in-law) seeming to cut off the blue car in traffic just minutes earlier (below):

All that, only to turn into a road rage incident — and now, a death?! Was it worth it?? Ugh…
Initially, like we reported (above), Lyle was only charged with battery after the incident (mugshot, below), and allowed to fly back home to Mexico on bond:

But now, with Hernandez dying four days later, things have changed.
On Friday, Miami-Dade Circuit Court Judge Lisa Walsh rescinded Lyle’s travel order, writing in the court docs (below):

“This Court has become aware by reading The Miami Herald today that the victim of this battery has died and enhanced charges are likely to be filed. Based on this change of circumstances, this Court is rescinding the travel order.”

In other words… sh*t just got REALLY real for Lyle, who is now scheduled to appear in court at 9:00 a.m. on Monday morning for a hearing on the travel order.
Above all, the tragedy here is that a man lost his life during what appears to be a senseless act of road rage — truly awful.
We can only hope justice will be served from here.
[Image via WENN]

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Apr 06, 2019 10:56am PDT