Samuel Affleck, the ten-year-old son of Ben Affleck, backed a Lamborghini into another vehicle during the Test drive.
Samuel Affleck, Ben Affleck’s 10-year-old son, jumped behind the wheel of a Lamborghini SUV and slammed into a BMW head-on.
An LA luxury automobile rental business is where the youngster was on Sunday when he was granted permission to test drive a 2022 Lamborghini Aventador, which begins at $230,000.
When Samuel reversed his yellow Urus into the parked white car, he was backed into it.
On the spot, he disembarked and went to check on the other vehicle. In the same way, his father comforted his youngest son by embracing him.
A spokeswoman for Affleck confirmed to TMZ that neither the Lamborghini nor the BMW had sustained any damage.
The Argo director and his ex-wife Jennifer Garner share Samuel and their two daughters, Violet, 16, and Seraphina, 13. Both the Justice League star and the Alias alumnus, 50, divorced each other three years after divorcing in June of 2015.
Over the years, the ex-spouses have spoken up about the challenges and joys of co-parenting. Garner told Vanity Fair that she had “lost the fantasy of dancing with her husband at her daughter’s wedding” a few months after their separation. According to Juno actor Melissa McCarthy, their relationship has improved over the last three years.
We will dance when our children get married, she said in a 2021 interview with The Hollywood Reporter. To put it another way, we’re going to boogaloo it up. “I no longer give a second thought to it.”
Despite their divorce, Affleck says he and Jolie still have “respect” for one another. “Was there any tension between us?” Did we have a rift over who would get custody of what? Were we able to accomplish our goals? Were we enraged at all? A December 2021 interview with Howard Stern prompted him to answer “yes,” as he said. “However, it was always based on respect.” I’ve always known she was a great mother. I hoped that she had a favorable impression of me as a father. “I was,”
This isn’t the first time the Good Will Hunting screenwriter has said that he loves his children’s thoughts more than anybody else’s.
In December of 2021, he told Good Morning America, “My life is better and I’m happy the more I’m with them. “Because your children’s biographies are the only ones that have any real significance. When I’m gone, someone will ask my children, “What was your father like?” In that moment, I’ll be able to measure the value of my life.”
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