Michael B. Jordan crashed his Ferrari into a parked Kia on Saturday night in Hollywood, California, Page Six has confirmed.
A Los Angeles Police Department spokesperson said the incident occurred at 11:34 p.m. in the busy area of Sunset Boulevard and was a “vehicle collision with a parked vehicle.”
Officials said there were no “violent” signs upon arrival and “no evidence of drunk driving.”
No field sobriety tests were conducted on Jordan, 36, and no arrests were made.
The Los Angeles Police Department also said that information was exchanged after the accident and no charges were filed.
with photos Obtained by TMZthe right fender of the “Creed III” star’s blue luxury car was ripped off, and one of the tires, which had a gold rim, was found several yards behind the car after the crash.
As for the blue Kia, part of the left side of the car was dented and metal pieces were hanging off it after Jordan’s car crashed into it.
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After the crash, pieces of metal from Jordan’s car were found on the ground next to the Kia.
It is unclear whether the other driver was inside the vehicle or at the scene of the collision.
Per TMZ, a police officer at the scene of the accident asked Jordan, “What happened?” However, the actor chose not to provide an explanation.
Other than damage to Jordan’s car and Kia, no injuries were reported, and the “Wakanda Forever” star was prompted by police to fill out a police report online.
Representatives for Jordan did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
Video obtained by TMZ shows Jordan speaking to police with an unidentified friend on the sidewalk after the accident.
The actor and his male companion were uninjured and appeared calm at the time.