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The Ultimate Fighter 10 heavyweight Zak Jensen is facing a wrongful death lawsuit involving the death of a Minnesota college student on a spring break trip in March to Mexico.


Minnesota's Stillwater Gazette is reporting that the family of the student, alleging that the student died during an altercation with Jensen, filed a suit Thursday against Jensen, Jason Jones and company Sterling Systems.


Jensen was on the trip as a bodyguard for Jason Jones' daughter Ashley, a friend of the college student. Ashley Jones and Jensen were allegedly in the same room with the student during the death of the student in a bathroom at the Sheraton Hotel in Puerto Vallarta.


According to KSTP TV, the lawsuit states that Jensen told a hotel worker that he acted in self defense, and that an autopsy revealed that the student had wounds on his face and choked on his own vomit.


The 26-year-old Jensen (7-3), selected on the show as a member of Team Rampage, succumbed to a triangle choke by Darrill Shoonover during week six of The Ultimate Fighter 10.

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zac jensen is wanted for questioning

in the murder of an aquantence

a minnesota

kid that was murdered in



1.first of all the article discusses a college student dieing not a kid.

2. this article sounds fake.

3. from article the college student died from choking on his vomit

3 previous to that at some point zac jensen had gottin into a fight as self defense according to article

4. the family is suing jensen saying its his fault there college aged son died from choking on his own vomit.

5. this alledgedly happened in mexico making it evenely more sound fake.

6. he is getting sued as a bodyguard for wrongful deaths...bodyguards sometimes will get sued if a person gets injured or dead under there protection,

What is a wrongful death claim?


A wrongful death lawsuit claims that the victim was killed as a result of negligence (or other type of unjust action) on the part of the person or entity being sued, and that the victim’s survivors are entitled to monetary damages as a result of the improper conduct.

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