By: Anonymous: Serious Guy () Saturday, 22 September 2007 @ 07:40 PM ICT (Read 3235 times)
According to reports, Actor George Clooney, known from Ocean's movies, and his girlfriend, Sarah Larson have been involved in a motorcycle accident, and were treated in hospital - after the bike was struck by a car in New Jersey.
According to People.com, George's rep said: Clooney suffered a hairline fracture of a rib and road rash, and Larson suffered a broken foot.
Clooney was driving his Harley-Davidson north on Boulevard East in Weehawken, New Jersey, in the afternoon when he was hit by an oncoming car, that apparently attempted to make a right turn from the left lane.
Sarah Larson reportedly had several cuts on her face and an injury to her foot and was taken away by ambulance.
Clooney was seen driving away from the scene on his Harley - and then met Larson at the hospital.
Clooney's spokesperson Stan Rosenfield commented, "He's doing fine. He has a broken rib, it's very painful and it'll take a long time to heal."
By: Anonymous: Accidently () Sunday, 23 September 2007 @ 07:50 AM ICT
George Clooney, the Oscar-winning film actor, heart-throb and occasional campaigner for Darfur, was facing possible dangerous driving charges and nursing not-so-serious wounds yesterday after crashing his motorcycle late on Friday in Weehawken, New Jersey, just across the Hudson River from Manhattan.
The tumble left him with a bad case of road rash and a hairline fracture to one rib, but it also afforded him membership of a distinguished club of celebrities who insist on boasting their biking bravado and have similarly come a cropper over the years. Arnold Schwarzenegger has landed himself in hospital the same way (twice), as have Billy Idol, David Hasselhoff and Keanu Reeves.
By: Anonymous: Famous helps () Tuesday, 25 September 2007 @ 09:10 PM ICT
Weehawken cops have decided neither Clooney nor Albert Sciancalepore II, 27, driver of a Mazda that collided with the actor's Harley Davidson motorcycle, will be cited. There's insufficient, the men in blue said, but the accident is still under investigation.
"Due to conflicting statements of driver and the lack of evidence to support either driver's version, no moving violation summons have been issued to either party at this time," the cops told