Wayne Brady reportedly got into a fight with the driver of a car who ran into his vehicle in Malibu on Sunday night.
The Whose Line Is It Anyway star, 51, was driving down Pacific Coast Highway when the collision occurred, leading to a ‘physical altercation’ between the two drivers, per TMZ.
Sources told the outlet that Wayne and the other driver, a 51-year-old man, pulled over on the highway immediately after the accident, got out of their cars and an ‘intense argument’ followed, escalating into a fight.
Police said the comedian called 911 following the fight with the other driver, who had jumped back into his car and ‘took off down PCH.’
The driver was reportedly tracked down by authorities and arrested for ‘battery, DUI and hit-and-run’.
Car accident: Wayne Brady reportedly got into a fight with the driver of a car who ran into his vehicle in Malibu on Sunday night
The outlet also reported the fire department arrived after the other driver had left the scene.
Wayne reportedly did not need medical attention at the time.
However, an insider told TMZ that the star was ‘banged up and sore the day after the incident’ and will be ‘taking it easy’.
The accident comes almost two months after Wayne said he felt ‘dishonest’ before coming out as pansexual.
‘I think that’s the piece that was missing, that I couldn’t verbalize, ’cause I couldn’t lock on to it,’ he told Entertainment Tonight. ‘I always felt this much dishonest, and if I was being dishonest, then there’s no way to truly give yourself 100 percent.’
The Let’s Make a Deal host — who shares daughter Maile, 20, with ex-wife Mandie Taketa, 47 — considered that he was possibly bisexual but expressed that he later began to identify as pansexual because, to him, ‘pan means being able to be attracted to anyone who identifies as gay, straight, bi, transsexual or non-binary.’
‘And, I think, at least for me for right now, that is the proper place. I took pan to mean that not only can I be attracted to any of these people or types physically, but I could be attracted to the person that is there,’ the comedian told People magazine.