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Roger Avary statement

To follow up an item from the Morning Buzz, screenwriter and producer Roger Avary released this statement regarding the weekend crash in Ojai that led to Avary's arrest, the injury of his wife and the death of a passenger in his car. Per AP:

"Roger wishes to publicly convey his heartfelt condolences to the family of the deceased," said a statement released by publicist Julie Polkes. "Words cannot express how sorry he is, and this tragic accident will always haunt him."

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Avary, who is free on $50,000 bail, faces arraignment Friday.

His blog and personal website remain sealed to uninvited readers. Including the blog he started when he sued Microsoft.



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