Arsenio Hall was involved in a minor car accident two days before Christmas. According to TMZ, the actor-turned-talk show host was driving in the West San Fernando Valley on Monday night, December 23, when he lost control of his brand new Porsche Cayenne.
Hall drove off the road and hit a dirt shoulder. The car later needed to be towed. Law enforcement officers who responded to the report ordered the star to take a field sobriety test, but the test showed that he was not under influence of alcohol or drugs during the accident. Authorities decided not to investigate into the matter because no one was hurt and no apparent crime was committed.
The star, who appeared in 1988's "Coming to America" alongside Eddie Murphy, took to Twitter to tell his fans that he was fine after the single-car crash. "I'm good," he wrote, before adding, "highly exaggerated incident. #bentrim."
In addition to the comedy movie, Hall's other credits include 1989's "Harlem Nights". He was chosen as the winner on "The Celebrity Apprentice" in 2012. He additionally served as a host on "The Arsenio Hall Show" from 1989 until 1994. The revival version premiered in September.