GRAYLING, Mich. (AP) — A woman who competes as a bare-knuckle fighter has been charged in the hit-and-run death of a Michigan man.

Sheena “Starr” Brandenburg is accused of striking a motorcycle driven by Troy Lambert, shortly after they left a bar in Crawford County last August. Police said she didn’t stop to assist the 56-year-old Grayling man, who died from his injuries.

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Brandenburg, 37, of Gaylord, Michigan, was recently arrested in Elsberry, Missouri, and extradited to Michigan. She’s charged with two crimes, including reckless driving causing death. Bond was set Monday at $250,000.

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Messages seeking comment from Brandenburg’s attorney weren’t immediately returned Thursday.

While a warrant was out for her arrest, Brandenburg fought Jenny “Savage” Clausius in December in a bare knuckle fight in Biloxi, Mississippi. Clausius won in the second round, reported.

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