A LaFerrari, Allegedly Celebrity-Owned, Crashed In Beverly Hills

It wasn’t a good weekend for some hypercar owners, as two exotic rides were involved in different accidents.

The first one was a McLaren Senna, which hit a wall in Germany after the driver probably lost control, and the second involved a Ferrari LaFerrari, on the other side of the Atlantic.

The LaFerrari was severely damaged on early Saturday morning in Beverly Hills. A witness, who filmed the aftermath of the crash, claims that the Italian hybrid hypercar was being raced at the time, and that the passenger was ejected, as she wasn’t wearing the seatbelt.

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However, in the image posted by the Beverly Hills Police Department on social media, the windscreen is intact, so the report about the passenger flying through it seems bogus.

As for the damages sustained by the Ferrari’s hypercar, well, there’s a huge chunk of its front end missing, the front left side is severely beat up, and the airbags have been deployed. The reason behind the crash was “speed”, according to the local law enforcement agency, which said that “speed will put a dent into the weekend fun and the wallet”.

Rumor has it that the LaFerrari in question is owned by Shark Tank star and businessman Robert Herjavec, but at the time of writing, this hasn’t been confirmed.


  • Mr. EP9

    Another hypercar in the hands of a rich person being crashed. And in other news, water is wet.

    • Maher

      Did you expect it to be driven by someone who’s poor? Lol

      • danno

        Could have been stolen by a poor person, right?

  • Mynameis Taylor

    they suggested that the passenger was ejected from the side window, not the windshield

    • Tim Gardner

      Sure he didn’t mean that the driver had previously ejected his brain. I’m thinking that training how to use such a car should be part of the purchase price. Much as I love performance vehicles, in the wrong hands these things are basically deadly weapons waiting to go off, usually when the driver feels like showing off.

  • Howfarr

    Lack of talent + Arrogance = -1 x Ferrari

    • Until we know who was driving it and the circumstance, we can’t make that assumption. If it was RH’s car, he is well known for tracking and racing, so talent would not be in question, but far too many people have means with no desire how to control it.

      • danno

        This is the internet, we can definitely make deductions that the driver was seriously talent deficient.
        “speed” was the cause according to law enforcement – assumes that statement is correct of course.
        ; )

  • Enter Ranting

    These dumb cars are made to be demolished by idiots.

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