Lamborghini Huracan Crash In Hollywood Did Not Go Unnoticed
Louisiana Rapper Flees Scene of Totaled Huracan Rental
Published July 19, 2017
Hollywood is not exactly the promised land, but they do have one thing that we mere mortals crave – a lot of expensive cars and supercars. And with so many big-boy toys, illegal street racing and crashes are, from a practical standpoint, inevitable. Take for example this Lamborghini Huracan crash right in the heart of Hollywood. The 610 hp Italian supercar had been seen tearing through the streets in an alleged street race.
“It would seem this Lamborghini was racing with a blue Bentley,” said Alex Gardels, who lives in the area.
The Lambo driver lost control of the all-wheel-drive machine which is now almost unrecognizable from the front. It isn’t hard to imagine the hundreds of cars lining the sides of a packed Hollywood street, just begging to be wrecked into by a speeding supercar. And yes, the white Huracan did indeed crash and hit parallel parked cars, flipping over a second generation Toyota RAV4 and severely damaging the rear end of a Kia.
The Lambo came to its violent end near the intersection of Romaine Street and North Genesee Avenue in Los Angeles and caused a temporary blockade of the street. Obviously, excessive speed was the reason for the crash.
Two men were seen abandoning the supercar and fleeing in the other direction. An eyewitness then saw them get into a dark-colored Bentley and disappear into the night for good…or so they thought.
It turns out that the Lamborghini was rented by an associate of Baton Rouge, LA, rapper NBA YoungBoy. The rental company is now suing the rapper, whose real name is Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, and his associate Desmond Hardnett, whose name the rental was under.
It is still unclear who exactly was driving at the time, but the rental company, Exotic Car Rental, is suing Gaulden and Hardnett for damages totaling more than $350,000 as well as court fees and attorney costs.
Gaulden and Hardnett claim they fled the vehicle due to an emergency injury that required medical attention, which is totally believable given the state of the Lamborghini. The fishy part of it, however, is that the two originally denied that they had been involved in the crash at all.
Whatever the case, if you’re going to abandon a totaled quarter-of-a-million dollar supercar in the Hollywood hills, or anywhere, for that matter, make sure they can’t trace it back to you so hilariously easily.
Categories: Fails & Crashes