THE US woman facing court over the death of teen biker Harry Dunn is selling her family home.
She is accused of causing 19-year-old Harry’s death by dangerous driving near RAF Croughton, Northants, in 2019.
Sacoolas was due to appear via video link at Westminster magistrates’ court in January but the case was postponed.
Last week Harry’s mum Charlotte posted on what would have been his 22nd birthday: “I’ve got faith justice will be done.”
The couple have owned the four bedroom, three bathroom house in the leafy Washington DC suburb since August 2015.
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It is described in a property listing as a “country oasis” set in 2.94 acres of land and boasts a heated swimming pool.
The advertisement adds that the home is the “perfect blend of privacy, several acres, yet minutes to everything”.
On Tuesday, Foreign Secretary Liz Truss tweeted: “Harry Dunn’s family are in my thoughts and have my full support.
“I know how painful the anniversary of Harry’s birthday will be without justice yet being fulfilled.
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“We continue to stress to our counterparts in the USA the importance of the virtual trial taking place urgently.”