Michael B. Jordan's Ferrari Crash Reportedly Under Investigation by LAPD (UPDATE)

Earlier this month, the 'Creed' actor's car accident on Sunset Boulevard was caught on camera.

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UPDATED 1/26, 12:30 a.m. ET: TMZ reports the investigation is closed and Jordan won't face charges.

"Law enforcement tells us there's just not enough evidence to prove what happened during the December crash in Hollywood," the outlet writes.

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Michael B. Jordan is allegedly under investigation by the LAPD.

The Creed actor was reportedly involved in a car accident on the night of Dec. 2 when he was driving his Ferrari down Sunset Boulevard before crashing into a parked Kia SUV. 

The incident, which was allegedly caused by Jordan racing his red Ferrari, was caught on video, and left both vehicles significantly damaged. Jordan did not appear to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol, according to the initial reports.

A source connected to law enforcement tells TMZ that police will look to prove that Jordan was behind the wheel of the racing Ferrari. Pending the results of the initial investigation, police will then reach out to Jordan to get his account of the crash.

This is the second attempt to get an understanding of what caused the accident from the 36-year-old actor, per TMZ. Jordan supposedly did not elaborate on the incident when first responders arrived on the scene. 

The source also told the outlet that if cops find criminal culpability after finishing their investigation, they will forward the case to prosecutors for possible charges.

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