Marc davis was one of 100 people who attended the funeral services of Tina Tintor Thursday … paying tribute to the woman who died in a car crash authorities say her former player, Henri ruggs, caused.
The owner of the Las Vegas Raiders showed up to the grim ceremony in a black suit, white collar shirt, and tie… and sat on a bench at the local church where services for Tintor were held.
Davis stayed on for the entire hour of the event… and did not speak with members of the media afterwards.
As we reported earlier, Tintor died with her dog, Max, after cops said Ruggs crashed his Corvette in the back of their Toyota on a Las Vegas street on November 2.
Officials say Ruggs accelerated before the sinking – go to 156 MPH seconds before the crash – and claim the former Raiders star was also drunk at the time.
Ruggs has since been charged with five counts for the incident – including four felonies – and prosecutors say he faces over 50 years behind bars if convicted on all counts.
As for Tintor and his family, his lawyer said in a statement after the accident that they were “devastated” on the loss of the 23-year-old.
“Family was everything to Tina,” said the lawyer, “and she was the light in her parents’ lives.”
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