On Sunday afternoon, a silver Ferrari crashed into Lisa Vanderpump’s Pump (aka “Los Angeles’ sexiest restaurant”) in West Hollywood.
Vanderpump, star of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, owns Pump, which is featured on Vanderpump’s spinoff reality show Vanderpump Rules. LAPD didn’t return our calls, but according to TMZ, the driver of the Ferrari was cut off in traffic and swerved, hitting the patio of the restaurant.
An out of control Ferrari crashed into Lisa Vanderpump’s West Hollywood restaurant, PUMP earlier today. The guy driving was allegedly cut off in traffic, which caused him to lose control and slam into the restaurant. pic.twitter.com/YvEXELE2BR
— Lisa Vanderpump Fans (@VanderpumpArmy) January 6, 2020
TMZ spoke with Vanderpump’s husband, Ken Todd, outside the restaurant, while the police spoke to the driver of the Ferrari.
“One customer had a few minor cuts on her,” Todd told the cameras. “Accidents happen. He couldn’t help it. It’s an accident. Nobody was killed. Nobody was hurt.”
According to TMZ, the structure of the restaurant wasn’t compromised and the driver wasn’t under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
After the crash, the driver of the Ferrari was able to remove the car from the restaurant and park it nearby. The restaurant will remain open for the rest of the day, Todd told TMZ.
Vanderpump Rules premieres its eighth season January 7.
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