DUBLIN, Calif. (KTVU) – The daredevil biker facing charges in a crash that killed his friend sat down with KTVU for an exclusive jailhouse interview.
Corey McDonah said he’s a completely different person more than a year after the high-speed wreck that took his friend’s life.
Back in April 2014, McDonah was laughing off charges in front of KTVU cameras, after a CHP plane caught him doing motorcycle wheelies at more than 100 miles an hour on an Oakland freeway. Last month he was back in an Oakland courthouse, ducking questions about his driving record, in the wake of a deadly crash that killed his friend and passenger Nick Obenchain, 25.
But now, in an exclusive jailhouse interview with KTVU’s Henry Lee, McDonah is speaking out publicly for the first time since being charged with felony DUI and vehicular manslaughter.