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Michael B. Jordan Reportedly Crashed His Ferrari 812 Superfast Proper Right into a Parked Kia This Weekend

Michael B. Jordan Reportedly Crashed His Ferrari 812 Superfast Proper Right into a Parked Kia This Weekend

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Michael B. Jordan just had a weekend that he would almost certainly like to forget.

The Creed star wrecked his beautiful Ferrari 812 Superfast in Hollywood on Saturday night, according to TMZ. If that wasn’t bad enough, the damage was a result of the actor colliding with a parked car.

The crash is said to have happened shortly after 11:30 p.m. on Saturday night near the intersection of Sunset Blvd. and Beachwood Dr, according to local TV station, KTLA. It was around that time that the actor (and Ferrari enthusiast) reportedly drove his blue V-12 right into a Kia Niro parked along the side of the road. Fortunately, no one was hurt in the collision and the only property that sustained damage were the two vehicles.

The LAPD responded soon after. Jordan didn’t have an explanation for what had happened, but that there was no sign of impairment, and a field sobriety test was not conducted, law enforcement sources told the website. The actor was directed to file a police report online.

When reached for comment on Tuesday, the LAPD confirmed to Robb Report that officers responded to a traffic accident in the area of Sunset and Beachwood Dr. late Saturday night, but would not provide the name of anyone involved in the incident. A member of the department’s media relations division told us that there was no evidence of reckless driving and no arrests were made.

Ferrari 812 Superfast

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Representatives for Jordan did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Video and photos of the crash show the toll of the collision. Both cars may have taken a beating, but Jordan’s $375,000 Ferrari was the clear loser.  From the footage, you can see that the head-turning sports car sustained significant damage to the passenger side front fender and lost a wheel. The two-seater’s airbags also appear to have gone off in the collision. The $26,840 Niro, meanwhile, sustained serious damage to the rear driver side but was still intact.

The 812 Superfast looks like it might be totaled, but, luckily, Jordan should have little trouble affording a replacement. The actor, who also starred alongside Chadwick Boseman in the first Black Panther, is a bona fide movie star in an era short of them. The Creed franchise alone has grossed over $660 million across three across three installments. In fact, Jordan should be able to easily cover the cost of a new Niro for the other driver too if it comes down to it.

Source: Robb Report

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