Emmy-Nominated TV Star Crashes New $2 Million Vehicle, Left Woman 'Traumatized'

america
June 05, 2019Jun 05, 2019

Emmy-nominated television star and comedian Tracy Morgan was involved in a sideswipe crash on Tuesday, June 4th. Morgan is best known for his roles on “Saturday Night Live” and “30 Rock,” but he has also starred in several films such as “Cop Out” and “The Longest Yard.”

According to Fox News, Morgan got sideswiped by a Honda-CRV just minutes after leaving the dealership in New York City. He had just purchased a $2 million Bugatti Veyron.

The other driver was a 61-year-old woman named Jocelyn Madulid. Police did confirm that she was at fault for the accident but little damage was done to the vehicles. However, Morgan was not pleased — and aggressively lashed out at her following the incident.

He reportedly left the woman “traumatized,” noted Page Six.

“He was yelling at me, I got scared,” she said of Morgan. “I didn’t yell anything back. I just stayed in my car.”

Fortunately, neither Morgan or the other driver were harmed in the incident. Morgan confirmed he was “totally fine” via Twitter.

In breaking news, a former state senator was found dead in her home. Authorities are reportedly investigating the possibility of a murder.