A new video of Michael B. Jordan’s Dec. 2 car crash has been released, and it appears the actor may have been racing alongside another Ferrari before the collision.
A spokesperson for the LAPD told Page Six that the incident occurred at 11:34 p.m. on a busy section of Sunset Boulevard and was a “traffic collision of a vehicle into a parked vehicle.”
Police explained that were no signs of anything “nefarious” and “no evidence of a DUI” upon arrival.
The “Black Panther” alum, who was with an unidentified male companion, did not undergo a sobriety test and no one was arrested at the scene.
Additionally, no charges were filed and no injuries were reported. The “Creed” actor appeared to not be impaired by drugs or alcohol at the time of the incident.
The Ferrari’s right fender was ripped off while the Kia was dented on the left side, where Jordan’s vehicle crashed into it.
According to TMZ, he was then told by the cops he had to fill out a police report online and was asked, “What happened?” However, he declined to disclose any information to authorities.
It is unclear if the other driver was in the vehicle or present when the accident occurred.
Reps for Jordan did not immediately respond to the Post’s requests for comment.
The “Wakanda Forever” star would go on to promote his “Creed III” directorial debut in LA on Dec. 7. He was all smiles as he spoke to the crowd during the Q&A.
More recently, Jordan’s Variety’s Directors on Directors series interview with Ben Affleck made headlines. The actors spoke about their friendship and how they became pals in 2013 after Jordan appeared in Ryan Coogler’s “Fruitvale Station.”
“I remember you and Matt [Damon] had hit me and were basically like, ‘Mike, your life is getting ready to change,’” he told the “Argo” director, 51.
“You kinda just talked me through the movie and I was like, ‘Wow, this guy actually watched the film and he likes my work,’” Jordan added.
He continued: “And from there, it was just like a big brother–little brother kind of relationship.”
Affleck replied: “To me I just remember so clearly, I saw the movie and I was like, ‘This guy is a star.’”
“It was so clear to me: This guy’s just going up, up, up, up, up, up, up, up,” he continued. “And be ready, because I know there’s a lot of things that come along that are difficult that nobody tells you. And I had a friend doing it with me [in Damon].”