The accident occurred June 9 at the intersection of Ballenisles Drive and Northlake Boulevard in Palm Beach Gardens.
In the video, Venus' vehicle can be seen entering the intersection under a green light, pausing briefly in the intersection and then continuing.
But in light of the footage the Palm Beach Gardens Police Department released a statement exonerating Williams.
However, on July 7 they concluded that Williams' account, claiming she entered the intersection on a green light but was interrupted by traffic, was correct.
Despite the good fortune of winning her first match in Wimbledon days ago, the mention of this ongoing case is a serious damper on any desire by the elder Williams sister to celebrate.
Venus Williams legally drove her auto into an intersection before a fatal crash in Florida, police have said.
When the light turns green, the white auto turns left onto a six-lane carriageway, but Williams heads straight on.
Jerome Barson, 78, died two weeks later from his injuries, including broken spine and massive internal bleeding. It's unclear if this new evidence will change their minds. The front end of Barson's vehicle collided with the right front of William's vehicle.
"There are really no words to describe how devastating and - I'm completely speechless", she said before bursting into tears.
However, it appears the Barson family will continue pursuing a wrongful death suit.
Friday, both sides came to an agreement, with the help of the court, on how to move forward with inspecting the cars and downloading each cars' black box information, then how to share that evidence between the parties.
She then continues straight into the far westbound lanes, where her SUV is hit on the passenger side by the Barsons' auto. "My heartfelt condolences go out to the family and friends of Jerome Barson and I continue to keep them in my thoughts and prayers".
The five-time Wimbledon champion progressed to the fourth round of the tournament on Friday with a victory over Japan's Naomi Osaka.