Who is Olivia S. Peters? Latest updates on the car crash involving Deshazor Everett, Details explored!

On the evening of December 23, Deshazor Everett, a safety and member of the special teams for the Washington Redskins of the National Football League, was driving behind the wheel when a collision happened, which resulted in the death of Olivia S. Peters, who was a passenger in his vehicle. Everett reportedly got into an accident in his 2010 Nissan GT-R at 9:15 p.m. in Loudoun County, Virginia, according to TMZ. Deshazor Everett was driving the vehicle that crashed into trees on Gum Spring Road, and Olivia S. Peters was a passenger in the vehicle. 

Furthermore, Everett had significant injuries when his vehicle rolled over. It would seem that Olivia was sent to StoneSprings Hospital, which is where her death was ultimately determined to be unavoidable. In the midst of all that was going on, Deshazor Everett was brought to Reston Hospital Center to be treated for his injuries, which were described as “not life-threatening” but was nevertheless significant. There is no clear explanation as to what led to the disaster at this time. According to TMZ, however, authorities do not believe alcohol to have had a role in the incident.

Who was Deshazor Everett’s automobile accident victim Olivia S. Peters?

Olivia S. Peters was an OSP therapist who worked with children and adolescents. She was originally from Montgomery County, Maryland, in the United States. According to her family, she graduated from Our Lady of Good Counsel High School in 2010 with her high school diploma. 2014 was the year when she graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of South Carolina, which was also the institution at which she had previously enrolled. Peters earned a Master of Occupational Therapy degree from Shenandoah University in 2018 and is licenced to practise occupational therapy.

As an OSP (Ontario Structured Psychotherapy) therapist, Olivia Peters maintained a busy practice in both the Las Vegas and New York metropolitan regions. The family of Olivia has issued a statement, which WTTG’s David Kaplan distributed. In the statement, they say that Olivia was motivated by a desire to assist children from low-income families. Olivia Peters added opening and operating a prosperous medical practice in Las Vegas to her already impressive resume. She did so for many years. On the Facebook page for her clinic, it is stated that they focus on providing care for children who have specific OSP needs.

A statement made on the website suggests that one of the goals of the organisation is to instil a sense of self-reliance and assurance in young people. We work with children to develop the types of skills that will keep them occupied in their day-to-day lives both at home and in the community where they reside. It is still uncertain what kind of relationship Deshazor Everett has with Olivia S. Peters, who has been referred to as his suspected girlfriend by a number of different media publications.


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