Michael B. Jordan is okay after crashing his Ferrari into a parked car in Hollywood over the weekend.
As reported by TMZ, the accident took place around 11:30 p.m. Saturday in Hollywood, where the actor crashed his Ferrari into a parked Kia on Sunset Boulevard and North Beachwood Drive.
The LAPD responded to the scene and "found no signs of Michael being impaired by drugs or alcohol." Police did not perform a field sobriety test. When asked what happened, Jordan repotedly failed to provide law enforcement with any explanation.
Footage of the accident showed Jordan's Ferrari heavily damaged, while the Kia sustained damaged on its rear driver’s side.
The news arrives days after Will Smith provided an update on one of Michael B. Jordan's next roles, which will see the 36-year-old actor star alongside Smith in a sequel to 2007's I Am Legend.
During a conversation at the third Red Sea International Film Festival, Smith revealed the I Am Legend 2 script has been completed. Smith’s character died in the first film. However, in the alternate ending that’s found on the film DVD, he survives. The new film will be a continuation of that story line.
“So we are going with the mythology of the DVD version where my character lived,” Smith shared. “I can’t tell you any more.”