Michael B. Jordan Crashed His Blue Ferrari 812 Superfast into a Stationary Kia in Hollywood

Actor Michael B. Jordan has reportedly experienced an unfortunate turn of events this Saturday when he crashed his brand-new Ferrari 812 Superfast. The accident happened around 11:30 PM and resulted in severe damage to the front end of the striking blue V12-powered Italian supercar.

Multiple credible sources, including the police, have confirmed that the vehicle is registered to none other than MBJ himself. However, official statements from the police are yet to confirm whether the Hollywood star was driving or present in the car at the time of the accident.

Contradicting the official silence, several eyewitnesses who either observed the crash live or through video streams claim that Michael B. Jordan was indeed behind the wheel. Allegedly, he left the scene on foot, while his bodyguard waited for the arrival of law enforcement. The public is expressing discontent over what appears to be preferential treatment by the police, despite the Ferrari colliding with a stationary vehicle on a Saturday night. Surprisingly, no field sobriety test was conducted as there were reportedly no signs of impairment.

The accident took place on Saturday, December 3rd, at 11:30 PM. At approximately 11:35 PM local time, police were called to the scene. The investigation into the cause of the crash is ongoing. However, we have extensive footage of the crash from YouTuber effspot. It shows extensive damage to the Ferrari 812 Superfast, possibly rendering it a total loss. In addition, the stationary Kia Niro suffered damage to its rear quarter and driver side.

Our prevailing theory is that the Creed actor misjudged the location of his right tire and clipped the parked Kia. This hypothesis is supported by the torn suspension of the Ferrari, which has little to no damage elsewhere. Despite the severity of the crash, the missing wheel remains largely intact, suggesting that excessive speed may not have been a contributing factor.

The 812 Superfast is not a particularly rare Ferrari. We believe about 4,000 were built from 2017 until this year. However, they are quite expensive at over $429,000 each. These supercars have a reputation for being prone to crash, partly due to their 789 horsepower V12 engines, but also the raw handling Ferrari programmed into them. For those interested in witnessing the aftermath of the crash, a detailed video is available below.



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