Open Post: Hosted By The Ferrari That Drove Into Lisa Vanderpump’s West Hollywood Restaurant

January 6, 2020 / Posted by:

HuffPo says that one of the WeHo restaurants of Lisa Vanderpump, formerly of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, was involved in a little accident. Okay a major one. And honestly… it’s sort of poetic. They are reporting that a Ferrari was driven right into her Pump restaurant in WeHo. While no one was injured half the restaurant and the Ferrari are toast. I mean, an expensive car plowing into a rich woman’s likely over-priced restaurant? That’s a chef’s kiss if I’ve ever seen one.

Yesterday, a Ferrari slammed right through a glass door and onto the patio of Lisa Vanderpump’s Pump in West Hollywood. I know that us gays can’t drive but come on, guys, get a grip!

So the driver of the Ferrari told the police and Lisa’s husband Ken Todd that he “got cut off and swerved into the front patio area.” Where was he cut off? What part of the road involves the Pump patio? The Los Angeles County Fire department told KTLA that one person had to be taken to the hospital after the accident, so looks like someone chose the wrong seat that day. Ken confirmed that the person in the hospital was a customer with “minor cuts.”

Ken spoke with TMZ about the accident and he really was chill about it like “life happens.” They also have video of someone moving the car afterward:

Lisa, who is a millionaire with tons of insurance, was as nonchalant as Ken and joked about the incident on Twitter:

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the accident. Well let me tell you: be thorough. Something is fishy about this “cut off” story. I think we need to look at who arranged that Ferrari to be cut off, you feel me? This is a set up! I mean, I know that the housewives are probably pissed now that Lisa Vanderpump left the show and will no longer be an easy source of drama, but damn. You had to drive a Ferrari into her restaurant?! I’m pointing the finger! Andy Cohen, figure out which one it was!

Pic: Twitter

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