Justin Bieber was Involved in a Car Crash — But He’s Doing Just Fine, Folks
This really isn’t Justin Bieber‘s month. Despite turning 24 on March 1, the “Friends” singer and longtime on-again, off-again girlfriend Selena Gomez called it quits (yes, AGAIN) a few days later. Since then, he’s reportedly been trying to make her jealous by hanging out with model Baskin Champion, but no changes have been made to Jelena’s current relationship status (as far as we know atm). But now, his heart isn’t the only thing that’s broken… his car may be a little bit, too.
On the night of Friday, March 23, JB was reportedly involved in a minor car crash. A spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department informed People that a “minor two-vehicle traffic collision occurred at about 8:49” in West Hollywood. “There were no injuries and there was no report taken. The parties exchanged info and left the location.”
Footage of the aftermath shows the singer speaking to the driver of the other vehicle. From the looks of it, the Biebs was driving his Mercedes-Benz G-Class SUV when he was rear-ended by a driver in a Range Rover. The rear spare tire cover looks a bit damaged on the musician’s vehicle, while the Range Rover looks totaled, with the front completely smashed in:
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According to People, it’s unclear who’s at fault for the crash.
This isn’t the first time Justin’s been involved in a collision. Last July, he hit a paparazzo with his car after leaving church. “He tried to scare away the paparazzi, but as he neared the group, he accidentally hit one of the photographers who was in his path,” People reported at the time.
Years prior, in August 2011, when he was 17, JB was going through an underground parking structure in the San Fernando Valley in his black Ferrari when a Honda Civic attempted to drive around the luxury car, and the front side of the Honda Civic hit the left rear side of the Ferrari.
So, as you can see, he’s no stranger to these kinds of events. Merp. At least he’s safe.