Tuesday, January 7, 2020

Ferrari Crashes Into Lisa Vanderpump’s West Hollywood Restaurant PUMP! Plus Ken Todd Is Caught On Video Admitting Wanting Publicity After Car Crash, LVP’s Rep Addresses Husband’s Comment!

A Ferrari crashed into Lisa Vanderpump’s Restaurant PUMP. A West Hollywood Sheriff’s Department Sergeant released a statement following the incident. “There are no injuries,” Sgt. Rufino told Radar Online.

“Officers are there and are investigating. There have been no arrests so far,” he said.

The driver of the car was inside the restaurant and was cooperating with authorities the Sgt. confirmed.

According to photos shared with Radar by David Artavia, the Managing Editor of The Advocate Magazine, a white Ferrari crashed through the front window of Vanderpump’s PUMP restaurant.

Photo Credit: Courtesy of David Artavia/Twitter

“Thank God there were no serious injuries, “ Artavia Tweeted after the accident. “Just one woman with minor cuts/bruises. But this guy crashed right into the patio – during SUNDAY BRUNCH of all hours.”

He photographed the Ferrari inside PUMP with glass from the restaurant shattered everywhere. The front bumper of the luxury vehicle was damaged and hanging off the car.

Photo Credit: Courtesy of David Artavia/Twitter

According to the Advocate Magazine, “a blue car had been stationary at the busy intersection of Santa Monica Blvd. and Robertson when the Ferrari attempted to veer out of its way as it came down Santa Monica, only to end up crashing into the patio of the famous restaurant.”

According to Page Six, one woman was taken to the hospital for cuts, with Vanderpump’s rep telling the publication, “We are very lucky that everyone else was uninjured and safe while dining during Sunday brunch.”

The restaurant has been carrying on with business as usual in its garden and indoor sections while it repairs the damaged glass wall.


Vanderpump made light of the situation on Twitter, telling fans, “No. We are not a Drive-Thru. Thank God no one was hurt.”

However, a video recently went viral online where LVP's husband Ken Todd was overheard saying, “We want to get as much publicity out of this,” but a rep for the restaurateur insisted the quote was taken out of context.



“His full statement was, ‘I want to get as much publicity out of this that by the grace of God nobody was severely injured!’” the rep told Page Six on Tuesday.

Photo Credit: Bravo

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