Actress Mischa Barton Denies Crashing U-Haul Into Building Despite Video Evidence

Actress Mischa Barton is making waves yet again after she denied crashing a U-Haul into an apartment build, despite the evidence of a contradicting video.

Last November, the homeowners’ association at The Park Wellington Condos in West Hollywood sued Barton following claims the actress misjudged the height of the carport “before slamming into it and causing nearly $27,000 in damages.”

Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time The O.C. star has caused controversy, as she’s had a long history of legal troubles and the need for psychiatric treatment.

Her downfall started 10 years ago when she was arrested suspicion of driving under the influence, possession of marijuana, and driving without a valid license. She was eventually charged with two misdemeanors: driving without a valid license and a DUI.

In 2009, Barton was put under a 5150 (a code that allows psychiatrist to involuntarily confine a person who they deem a danger to themselves or others) for two weeks after she got into a fight with medical professions during an appointment for a tooth ache.

Then 2010, Barton was sued by her New York landlord after she failed to pay three months of rent, totally to $21,000.

Fast forward 2016, the starlet was seen hysterical by her backyard fence before she was voluntarily taken to the hospital for a mental health evaluation.

“Oh my god, it’s over!” Barton was heard screaming. “I feel it, and it’s angry!” Barton was also reported to have fallen backwards over the fence, and also rambled on about how “mother is a witch” and “the world is shattering.”

Now in present-day, Barton has filed filed legal docs to deny all culpability for her latest debacle.

Actor Luke Wilson Involved In A Fatal Car Crash

Luke Wilson, best known for his roles in Legally Blonde and the HBO show Enlightened, has reportedly been involved in a deadly car crash in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood in Los Angeles, California.


According to the police, Wilson was driving a Toyota FJ when he was struck by a Ferrari, whose passengers were a 71-year-old man and professional golfer Bill Haas, 35. Another car, a BMW, was a part of the crash, and its driver, a 50-year-old woman, was also hurt.

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“I can confirm Luke Wilson was driving the vehicle, the Toyota FJ SUV that was travelling northbound. His vehicle just basically got clipped by the Ferrari,” LAPD Detective Jeff Fischer told local TV station KTLA.

The rollover crash, which occurred around 6:30 pm on Tuesday, killed the driver of the Ferrari, and left the rest with serious injuries, according to the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).

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An official statement from the LAPD confirmed that Haas, a six-time PGA tour winner, and the woman were taken to a nearby hospital “both in serious condition,” however, nothing about Wilson’s condition has been released. It’s also unclear if his vehicle was among the ones that flipped over.

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As of this morning, none of Wilson’s relatives, including his brother, actor Owen Wilson, has issued a statement addressing the accident.

We wish Wilson, Haas, and the unnamed woman a speedy recovery.

Steve Wilkos Hospitalized After Serious Car Crash

Talk show host Steve Wikos was recently in a serious car crash that required him to be transported to a hospital, reported celebrity news website TMZ.

Wilkos, 53, was driving around Darien, Connecticut on the afternoon of January 21 when he became involved in a single-car wreck.


According to law enforcement, the vehicle hit several poles as well as a tree before flipping over to its side.

The former marine-turned-celebrity was treated for multiple injuries but has since been discharged from the hospital. He opened up about the accident during an interview with TMZ shortly after he was released.

Wilkos, a father of three said that he was “lucky to be alive” after seeing the damage sustained by the car, then explained what caused the crash.

Father Ignores The Cops And Trusts His Instinct By Hiring A Helicopter To Find His Trapped Son

A father’s instinct has led to the rescue of his son after a car crash nearly ended in tragedy. Tony Lethbridge was worried because it had been 24 hours since he heard from his son.

After many unanswered phone calls, Lethbridge and his wife went for a drive to see if they could find 17-year-old Samuel, but saw no sign of him. “We got back into Newcastle about 1:30 am [Monday morning] and went straight to the police station,” Lethbridge said. “They told us that he might have ran away, he could have done this or he could have done that and we just said, ‘It’s out of character; it’s not him.'”


The police told the couple to go home and wait while they started their search, but Lethbridge couldn’t get it over the feeling that something had gone wrong. “I just couldn’t get it out of my head that he’d crashed somewhere.”

The last thing he knew was that his son was supposed to be heading to his girlfriend’s house, but he never showed up. It was while thinking about the routes he would have taken that he remembered an accident that had taken place a few years ago where a person went missing for five days before anyone found the vehicle.

“And he’d passed away,” Lethbridge said. “That was in my head, so I just thought bugger this I’m not going to sit around and wait. “With the way the bush is there, if a car goes in you’re not going to see it. The only way you’ll see it is from the air. And that’s what we did.”

The concerned father wasn’t going to sit around and wait, he took matters into his own hands and headed to the airport.

New Movie Promises The “Untold, True Story” Of Ted Kennedy’s Deadly Car Crash

When news broke that Senator Ted Kennedy had been involved in a deadly car crash, Americans were glued to their TV screens.

But over the weeks and months that followed, the story of the crash on Chappaquiddick Island only became more and more strange. Decades later, we still have unanswered questions about what happened the night of July 18, 1969.

Senator Kennedy and Mary Jo Kopechne.

Kennedy, the younger brother of the late President John Kennedy and the late Senator Robert Kennedy, was driving a campaign worker home from a party the night of the accident. Mary Jo Kopechne was 28, and while the  37-year-old senator was married, he later insisted there was nothing “immoral” going on between the two of them.

Kennedy plunged his car over the side of a small wooden bridge, and while he quickly escaped the car, Kopechne was trapped inside.

The senator’s car, recovered from under the bridge.Boston Herald

The senator said he made “repeated efforts” to save Kopechne, but the water’s currents were too strong. Then, he walked back to his home, but did not call the police. In fact Kennedy waited 10 hours before notifying authorities about the crash.

That’s just one of the suspicious details about the famous accident explored by a new movie, and the trailer reveals it won’t pull any punches.

Plane Crashed Onto Highway, But The Passengers Were Saved By The Man They Hit

Witnessing a car crash is a fairly traumatic ordeal, but witnessing a plane crash is on a whole other level. But how would you handle a situation where both were happening at once? John Meffert, not only witnessed it, but experienced it first hand.

Meffert was driving on the Interstate when he noticed that an airplane was flying suspiciously low. The small Cessna was losing altitude rapidly, but what Meffert didn’t know what the pilot had no control of the aircraft. At the time, the pilot was radioing the airport tower,  “297 mayday! We got mayday! I lost my right engine!”

When he looked up again, Meffert realized that the plane was not correcting its trajectory. “My second glimpse is, ‘I think this plane’s going to hit me,’” Meffert said. “And my third glimpse it is across the front of me, hitting me. All I see is maybe like a white flash.”

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The plane crashed into the pavement, skidding over the hood of Meffert’s car, and burst into flames. While he was shocked, he wasn’t injured. And because he was actually a captain of the Avalon Fire Department, he knew how to handle an emergency. “I felt like I needed to go see if everyone was okay.”

While most other people would turn and run, Meffert stepped up and knew that he had to help…

Police Officer In President Trump’s Motorcade Crashes, But The President Gives Him A Special Surprise

A routine trip to the airport took a scary turn earlier this week when a motorcycle officer in President Trump’s motorcade crashed.

On Wednesday, President Trump and his security detail were driving down Interstate 70 in Indianapolis when Officer Robert Turner crashed. Details of the incident are scarce, but the officer was spotted “injured but moving” by reporters in a press van following the motorcade.

Turner’s motorcycle could also be seen flipped onto its side in the middle of the road. Because of security reasons, the motorcade could not stop to help Turner, which meant the officer was stranded on the road until emergency responders arrived to help him.

When he reached the airport, President Trump was seen speaking with other motorcycle officers, and he must have been asking if Turner was alright. As we later found out, the president stopped Air Force One from taking off until he could do something special for the officer…