Ben Affleck's 10-year-old son crashes a Lamborghini into a BMW in Los Angeles
Ben Affleck's 10-year-old son crashes a Lamborghini into a BMW in Los Angeles

On Sunday, Ben Affleck’s 10-year-old kid got behind the wheel of a yellow Lamborghini SUV and smashed into another vehicle after he accidentally shifted into reverse.

Mr Affleck and his fiancee Jennifer Lopez were at a luxury automobile rental dealership in Los Angeles when Samuel Garner Affleck got into a fender bender, according to the New York Post. The 10-year-old climbed into the driver’s seat of a Lamborghini Urus, which costs $1,475 per day to rent. When the expensive car moved into reverse, it collided with a white BMW of the same size.

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According to sources, the Lamborghini’s rear bumper made contact with the BMW’s front wheel and maybe the fender. Because to the bumpers on each car, there were no big damages and it was only a little ding with no one getting wounded or in danger.

According to the New York Post, after hitting the vehicle, Mr. Affleck’s son got out of the car to inspect the damage. Following the incident, the Hollywood star reportedly assessed for damage and soothed his son.

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An employee from the dealership, 777 Exotics, explained to the publication that the cars in their lot were parked closely together. “It jerked back and forth when Samuel got into the car,” he explained, adding, “We have a small lot and the cars are close.” Furthermore, the employee stated that no one was wounded and that no bad feelings existed.

Mr. Affleck’s youngest child with ex-wife Jennifer Garner is Samuel. Violet and Seraphina are the former couple’s daughters.

On the professional front, it has already been revealed that Ben Affleck is now directing the untitled film about Nike and Michael Jordan, which he and his go-to creative partner Matt Damon co-wrote.

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