David Beckham Car Crash: Photos and Updates from Fender Bender

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David Beckham Car Crash: Photos and Updates from Fender Bender
Photo Credit: The Daily Express via Splash

David Beckham and his 14-year-old son, Brooklyn, who was in the passenger's seat, were involved in a minor car accident on Friday, as reported by the Daily Express' Kelby McNally.

It appears that all involved thankfully did not suffer any major injuries, per the report. However, the damage to Beckham's black Range Rover is substantial, as is the case with the white Acura SUV he collided with pulling out of his Beverly Hills mansion's driveway.

The retired 38-year-old former world football superstar saw the front bumper to his car completely fall off, while placing a sizable dent just below the right headlight on the Acura.

Photo Credit: The Daily Express via Splash

Photo Credit: The Daily Express via Splash

Any further updates on the situation will be provided here, but below is a look at some other notable photos from the accident.   

According to McNally, Beckham discussed the matter with law enforcement officials after he pulled back into his driveway. Police are depicted conferring amongst themselves and entering the gates of Beckham's home:

Photo Credit: The Daily Express via Splash
Photo Credit: The Daily Express via Splash

The report also indicates that police interviewed key witnesses to the accident, and those individuals are likely captured in this photo:

Photo Credit: The Daily Express via Splash

Here is a closer look at the car Beckham collided with, which was driven by an unnamed woman:

Photo Credit: The Daily Express via Splash

Beckham established a fine career as a midfielder for the England national team and for various high-profile clubs, beginning with English Premier League powerhouse Manchester United.

His next big move was to La Liga's Real Madrid, but Beckham is based in the U.S. at the moment, in the same area where he played for the Los Angeles Galaxy from 2007 to 2012.

After 10 appearances for Paris Saint-Germain of Ligue 1, Beckham's playing days were over. He announced he would retire on May 16, effective at the conclusion to the club's 2012-13 season.

Beckham admitted in October that he was "always going to second guess" his decision, per The Telegraph's Jeremy Wilson.

Video Credit: FutbolmeetsFootball

Now that he is on this side of the Atlantic, perhaps Beckham will take his talents to the American football pitch, because he's fielded at least one offer to try out as a kicker by an NFL scout.

 

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