Kevin Hart Reported To Be In Hospital With 'Major Back Injuries' Following A Car Accident

Kevin Hart was sent to the hospital Sunday evening. It is reported he is suffering from ‘Major Back Injuries’Following a car accident involving his 1970 Plymouth Barracuda.

The Driver, Jared Black reportedly lost control of the vehicle and it fell into an embankment. The Incident took place on Mulholland Highway in California Both Hart and Black have suffered serious injuries Luckily, Black’s wife who was the third passenger was luckily uninjured.

The vehicle, A 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, dubbed 'Menace' was a gift Kevin got himself on his 40th birthday, July 6th. The vehicle, as seen in pics post crash is completely totalled and sadly will likely no longer be in use.

A witness claims to have seen Hart taken to his home prior to going to the hospital for 'medical attention'. Black was taken to a separate hospital following the incident. His fiancée Rebecca Broxterman was the third passenger and claims black was not under any influence when driving the trio home.

We’re hoping for a speedy recovery for both men.

Recent controversy...

This isn't the first time Kevin has made headlines, albeit nothing that concerns us as much as recent tragedy.

Kevin has made headlines time and time again for being one of the world's greatest and most famous comedians. Staring in movies such as Ride Along, Central Intelligence, Nigh School, The Wedding Ringer and The Secret Life of Pets.

He is also known for making controversy, appearing in headlines more than once for infidelity. Kevin has even embraced his flaws through making a music video for artist J.Cole's single; Kevin's Heart.

Kevin also decided not to host the Oscars this year after he received some backlash for making some apparently 'homophobic tweets' in his past.

His comment on the matter via twitter: ‘I have made the choice to step down from hosting this year’s Oscars….this is because I do not want to be a distraction on a night that should be celebrated by so many amazing talented artists. I sincerely apologize to the LGBTQ community for my insensitive words from my past.’

We hope Kevin is able to make a speedy recovery and look forward to seeing him again in Jumanji 2: The Next Level set to be in theatres this December.

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