NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. --Arraignment has been delayed Tuesday for the man accused in a deadly Ferrari crash in Newport Beach. Jeffrey Kirby is charged with vehicular manslaughter while being intoxicated in a collision that killed Tapout clothing line co-founder Charles "Mask" Lewis, Jr. on March 11. He was also an extreme-fighting industry figure.
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Police said Kirby's Porsche clipped Lewis' Ferrari, causing the Ferrari to smash into a light pole and break in half.
Lewis died at the scene.
Lewis' girlfriend was ejected from the car and seriously injured.