Sean Kingston to Make Full Recovery, Avoid Lawsuit

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Some good news today for Sean Kingston and his fans.

First, a detailed account of the singer's injuries have been released. Kingston's label, Epic Records, reports that its client is in "critical but stable condition" and is "aware of what is going on around him, sedated but fully conscious."

The artist suffered a broken jaw and fractured wrist, among other lesser ailments, in Sunday's jet ski crash. He's expected to make a full recovery in about six weeks.

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When that takes place, Kingston won't need to worry about any legal repercussions.

Cassandra Sanchez, who was a passenger on the singer's watercraft and said she urged her friend to slow down, tells TMZ she won't be pursuing a case against her pal.

"I know this whole thing was just an accident," Sanchez says. "I won't be pressing any type of charges or hiring a lawyer. Sean is a good guy."

[Photo: Fame Pictures]


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Sean Kingston rose to fame in 2007, thanks to the hit single "Beautiful Girls." He's a Jamaican-American crooner who got involved in a... More »
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