The parents of a woman killed in a freeway crash involving Brandy are suing the actress-singer for $50 million.

The wrongful-death suit filed Tuesday claims Brandy was driving recklessly when her Land Rover struck the back of a Honda driven by Awatef Aboudihaj, 38, "The Insider" reported.

Her publicist, Courtney Barnes, had no immediate comment.

The suit was filed on behalf of Aboudihaj Ahmed and Labridi Zohra in Los Angeles Superior Court.

It comes a day after the California Highway Patrol recommended Brandy be charged with misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter in the Dec. 30 accident that killed Aboudihaj, who was a Moroccan-born U.S. citizen. The city attorney's office is reviewing the case.

Brandy, whose real name is Brandy Norwood, has publicly expressed condolences to the victim's family.

Brandy, 27, was driving on Dec. 30 when traffic slowed and her vehicle hit Aboudihaj's, a CHP report says.

Aboudihaj's car hit another vehicle, slid sideways into the center divider and was then hit by another car, the report said. Aboudihaj, a Los Angeles waitress, died at a hospital from blunt-force injuries, according to the coroner's office.

Brandy, who earned a Grammy in 1999, has made five albums. She began her recording career at 14 and acted for film and television, starring on the sitcom "Moesha" from 1996-2001 and most recently as a judge for NBC's "America's Got Talent."