TikTok Car Accident Lamborghini Video
TO video has gone viral on TikTok showing a car accident with a Lamborghini. There is now a TikTok dispute over who was to blame for the conflicting videos. I have a butt. #lamborghini #aventador #crash #exoticcar #italian #sportscar #fyp #foryou #hornblasters #accident #damage #ouch #viral, ”wrote Lamborghini driver Matthew Heller on TikTok with the video. Heller goes by @ mattfromhornblasters.com on TikTok.
He also shared the video on Instagram, where he has more than 1 million followers, writes: “They hit me from behind. My car was hit from behind while I was stopped. #lamborghini #aventador #hornblasters “. The woman in the car accident calls herself @ maddygilsoul1 on TikTok and posted a video with her side of the story. It’s more complicated, and now he says he’s suing Heller for “defamation.”
The video shows the actual car accident with the Lamborghini
@ mattfromhornblasters.comGot from behind. ## Lamborghini ## fan ##shock ## exotic car ##Italian ##sports car ## fyp ##for you ## hornblasters ##accident ##hurt ##Oh ##viral
Heller’s TikTok begins with the woman in the other car banging on her car window. “You did that in the front of my fucking car,” he yells. “That’s my fucking car.”
“When you hit someone from behind, that’s not how it works,” says Heller.
The woman responds: “What is so funny !? You hit me in the front! Remind?! When I was at a red light, you ran past me and hit my car! ”
They debate who is to blame for the woman becoming increasingly enraged. Heller’s TikTok then changes to show another woman’s cell phone video showing the woman finishing the Lamborghini at a stoplight. The TikTok ends with a video of the Lamborghini damage.
Maddy posted her own video
@ maddygilsoul1## Lamborghini ## lamborghiniaccident ## fyp @ mattfromhornblasters.com why does your insurance say you drive a Volkswagen Sweetheart?
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Maddy has also posted about the situation.
“#Lamborghini #lamborghiniaccident #fyp @ mattfromhornblasters.com why does your insurance say you drive a Volkswagen Sweetheart?” she captioned a video.
He posted a second video that read: “@hornblasters #mattfromhornblaster #fyp #viral #girlhitslamborghi goodbye to your reputation Matt, I will sue you for libel and slander. .
@ [email protected] ## mattfromhornblaster ## fyp ##viral ## girlhitslamborghi Goodbye to your reputation Matt, I’ll be suing for libel and slander. ❤️
“‘Hit me head-on.’ Side hit me while I was at a red light … I guess he didn’t want to tell the whole story, ”he captioned a video showing damage to the side of the Lamborghini.
He also claimed that Heller “nearly ran over a person” when he exited a gas station and “entered oncoming traffic at a red light because I did not turn left on yellow.”
@ doctor.ryanResponding to @ doctor.ryan Maddy deserves justice. Matt purposely made her look bad and profited from it. Imagine being denied your reality in front of millions of people who attack you online? She is legitimately suing him for defamation. Also, you can convert your handwriting into a customizable font on your keyboard; The link to the app is in my bio!
Some came out in defense of the woman. “Maddy deserves justice. Matt purposely made her look bad and profited from it. Imagine being denied your reality in front of millions of people who attack you online? She is legitimately suing him for defamation, ”wrote TikTok user @ doctor.ryan.
The woman in the video, @ maddygilsoul1, wrote to @ doctor.ryan: “Thanks for this! But it is also wrong. I was in the left turn lane in front of him and he was behind me. He got into inbound traffic. ”
“NOBODY IS SAYING YOU’RE NOT WRONG,” wrote a woman in Maddy’s comment thread. “The point is, it made her look crazy when there was actually more to the story.”
Heller owns a company called Horn Blasters. “Matt started experimenting with his own car horns, taking an air horn and connecting it to his air tanks. He discovered a system that worked, and in no time HornBlasters Inc. was born. The first sales came straight out of the back of his truck and eventually out of his garage. Since 2002, HornBlasters has come a long way in introducing the world to train horns in cars and trucks, ”their website explains.