Soccer star David Beckham and his eldest son, 14-year-old Brooklyn, were involved in a crash on Friday just outside Beckham’s Los Angeles home. It’s the second time Beckham and his son have been in an accident, although neither were injured either in this incident or the 2011 freeway pileup, according to the New York Daily News.
The News reports that Beckham had just dropped his wife, Victoria, off at home after a trip to the gym and was leaving his driveway when he collided with a white SUV.
Beckham’s black Range Rover Sport, worth an estimated $75,000, had its front bumper knocked off, while the white SUV had damage to the passenger’s side front end.
Beckham allegedly reversed back into his driveway until police arrived, causing the driver of the other vehicle to wonder if he had left.
“You saw it all on camera, right? I wasn’t speeding or anything,” she said to gathering photographers before Beckham eventually returned on foot with a police officer, according to a Splash video of the scene, shown below.
Police are investigating but there are no reports of any charges at this point.
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