Stars And Their Cars: Leonardo DiCaprio Involved In A Car Accident

Aug 22, 2016 05:50 AM EDT | Eve C.


Leonardo DiCaprio and his girlfriend, Nina Agdal got involved in a car accident in the Hamptons, the Bahamas last Saturday. Luckily, no one sustained a major injury.

The couple has been spending their time in the Bahamas when the incident happened. According to the reports, their vehicle had a minor bump with a Mini Cooper.

Page Six reported that an ambulance was at the scene as a precaution. Fortunately, it was just a minor car accident. 

The report stated that the couple as traveling east on Montauk Highway in Wainscott in a Range Rover at about 4:30 p.m. Saturday when they were struck by a woman driving a Mini Cooper. 

A source close to the "Wolf of Wall Street" stated that "[Leo and Nina] got rear-ended, but everyone is doing fine. It was [Leo's] friend's car."  He allegedly checked the car and the people involved to make sure that all is fine.

"She was shaken up. Leo was nice about it. He motioned for her to come with him, and he helped her over to the guardrail so she could rest," the witness stated.

The car accident left a minor dent on the Range Rover. However, the Mini Cooper obtained a huge damage on the front-end which required towing. The report is uncertain if there were charges.

Leonardo DiCaprio and his 24-year old Danish girlfriend allegedly started dating in June. They were spotted in Malibu and Ibiza as well prior to the Hamptons car accident.

Prior to that, Just Jared reported that the lovey-dovey couple was seen leaving a dinner date in NYC on Thursday.

DiCaprio is the latest celebrity to got involved in a car accident. A couple of weeks ago, momager Kris Jenner also encountered a vehicular crash while driving her brand new Rolls Royce.

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