Caitlyn Jenner’s award was the talk of the red carpet before the ESPYs.
Women's soccer star Alex Morgan told INSIDE EDITION: "It is really great to see what she did, to finally let the world in on who she really is. That is hard to do."
NFL star J.J. Watt told INSIDE EDITION: "What she has been able to do so far for her community is incredible."
But not everyone is thrilled about Caitlyn’s award. Jessica Steindorff, the driver in a fatal car accident with Caitlyn Jenner in Feburary released a statement exclusively to ET, "I find it difficult to understand how the culture we live in can honor a person who is responsible for taking a life and injuring several others."
Caitlyn was involved in a fatal four-car accident in Malibu, that left one person dead.
The family of Kim Howe, who died in the accident, have filed a wrongful-death suit against Jenner, according to one report in May. Her stepchildren say Jenner was “Careless and negligent.”
Jenner has not been charged.
Days after the accident, Jenner said it was "a devastating tragedy," and issued a statement: "My heartfelt and deepest sympathies go out to the family and loved ones, and to all of those who were involved or injured in this terrible accident. It is a devastating tragedy I cannot prented to imagine what this family is going through at this time. I am praying for them."
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