R+B star Brandy Norwood has been hit with another lawsuit connected to the December (06) car crash that cost her a job as a judge on U.S. TV show AMERICA'S GOT TALENT. Mallory Ham, one of the survivors of the fatal car crash the singer/actress stands accused of causing, has filed suit in Los Angeles, stating Brandy should not have been speeding in her Range Rover on the 405 freeway in California. In the lawsuit, obtained by TMZ.com, Ham states Brandy "recklessly wantonly, unlawfully, and maliciously" operated the car responsible for causing a collision that claimed the life of Awatef Aboudihaj. Ham, who is the third person suing Norwood over the crash, claims she was "severely injured" as a result of the multi-car accident, and is demanding the singer pay her medical bills as well as her legal costs and punitive damages. Meanwhile, Norwood has responded to a wrongful death suit filed against her as a result of the accident. In her papers, the singer denies allegations against her and calls for a jury trial, so she can face the charges levelled against her.