(UnitedVoice.com) – Arnold Schwarzenegger is not only one of the most iconic movie stars of all time, but he’s also the former Republican governor of California. Recently, he was in a car accident in Los Angeles.
On Sunday, February 5, Schwarzenegger, 75, was driving in West LA when a woman on a bicycle allegedly swerved into his lane. Three witnesses told TMZ that the woman made contact with the former governor’s vehicle. She was reportedly making a left turn, and he didn’t have time to hit his brakes. The vehicle was not traveling very fast, according to those on the scene.
A bicyclist was struck by Arnold Schwarzenegger's car Sunday morning — an accident that law enforcement, for now, says wasn't his fault. https://t.co/ex6DE14Cum
— TMZ (@TMZ) February 6, 2023
The report indicated the woman was in stable condition, and there was no alcohol or drugs involved. The former governor allegedly picked up the lady’s bike, then brought it to a repair shop to get fixed.
Schwarzenegger’s accident comes a year after he was involved in another crash. In January 2022, the Republican was driving his Yukon SUV when he made a left turn on a red arrow. He hit a Prius, driving up onto its hood and then rolled into a Porsche Taycan. The woman driving the Prius was injured in the crash. ABC 7 reported the LAPD stated at the time, “Neither alcohol or drugs are suspected as a factor in this collision. All parties remained at scene.”
The former governor has also been in the headlines lately as ex-wife Maria Shriver has started speaking out about her marriage with him. She filed for divorce from Schwarzenegger in 2011 after 25 years of marriage after news leaked that he had an affair with a housekeeper that led to the birth of another child.
According to People, Shriver recently spoke about her marriage on the “Making Space with Hoda Kotb” podcast, saying she visited a convent after they divorced to ask for advice. She claimed her ex-husband often made her feel “invisible.”
Schwarzenegger has not commented on his former wife’s remarks.
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