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Nextdoor CEO Tolia faces lawsuits over hit-and-run accident

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May
2014

By Sarah McBride SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Nextdoor CEO Nirav Tolia, whose social networking website espouses neighborhood safety and community, is facing civil and criminal charges for leaving the scene of a highway accident that a driver says he caused. San Mateo County initiated filing criminal charges against Tolia on Tuesday, Assistant District Attorney Karen Guidotti said on Thursday. Executive recruiter Patrice Motley filed a civil lawsuit against Tolia in San Francisco Superior Court, her attorney Joseph Brent said. Her Honda del Sol spun across two lanes and crashed into the median on Highway 101 near Candlestick Park, south of San Francisco, she stated in court documents.

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