Actor Michael B. Jordan on Saturday night crashed his blue Ferrari into a parked vehicle. Per TMZ, the incident happened in Hollywood, and officers who responded to the accident scene did not find any signs indicating the Creed actor was under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
The 36-year-old was also not made to take a field sobriety test. A law enforcement source said Jordan did not provide any details about how the crash occurred when an officer asked him what happened.
Besides the Ferrari and the vehicle he crashed into, no other property was damaged. There also weren’t any injuries.
In July, Face2Face Africa reported that the award-winning actor had joined the league of a few Black owners in the Formula 1 industry. The 36-year-old has invested in Formula 1 team Alpine in partnership with Wrexham FC owners, Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenny, according to Deadline. It is a collective investment in the Renault-owned team, taking a 24% stake in the car racing company worth $220 million.
The stake, which will be under Reynolds’ Maximum Effort Investments company, makes Jordan one of the few Black owners in the Formula 1 industry. RedBird Capital and Fenway Sports Group are the other investment companies.
“Maximum Effort Investments focuses on unlocking value through the power of storytelling, and we believe there is tremendous untapped potential in Alpine Racing…We are eager to help shine a light on this incredible team. We’re thankful to our partners…as well as our co-investors, Michael B. Jordan and Rob McElhenney,” said Maximum Effort co-founder, James Toney.
This is not the first investment Jordan has made. He previously partnered with Serena Williams to invest $1 million in TracFlo, an operations management app and became a football club investor earlier this year – as a minority owner of the English soccer team, Bournemouth FC.
“It is crazy and amazing. One reason I wanted to invest is that there was so much potential there. If you give to the community, and you have new managers and new players you can raise the culture of the team. It’s exciting,” Jordan previously told reporters.
He joins several stars who have invested in sports organizations, such as Kevin Durant, who is an investor in Thirty-Five Ventures.