Iman Shumpert reportedly crashed his $356,500 Rolls-Royce in Los Angeles during a four-car pileup on Halloween.
Shumpert was then seen speaking to a police officer after the incident. Although he seemed fine and to be in good spirits, his expensive Rolls-Royce was reportedly beat-up in the multi-car accident.
He was reportedly driving on Highland Avenue when he was hit from behind, causing his whip to slam the car in front of him. This ultimately led to damage both to the front and the back of his Rolls-Royce.
But Iman Shumpert wasn’t the only one to have a bad Halloween.
Shumpert’s wife, Teyana Taylor, was hosting a party at the Sunset Room over the weekend when three armed men reportedly approached and tried to rob women standing on the sidewalk outside of the club, according to TMZ.
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One of the women was reportedly pistol-whipped by one of the robbers before a nearby security guard intervened in an attempt to stop the robbery. The guard and one of the robbers exchanged gunfire. No one was shot and the three unidentified men ultimately escaped in a car.
After the attempted robbery and shooting, Taylor’s Halloween party continued. She was reportedly dressed as Garth while Shumpert was dressed as Wayne from the movie Wayne’s World.
Shumpert is one of the remaining contestants on Dancing with the Stars this season, and he last played for the Brooklyn Nets in March.
“Why not say yes and take on a challenge. While I'm working on basketball, if I'm doing some other stuff I'm attached to, maybe I won't be as pissed I'm not on a team,” he said earlier this month, regarding his appearance on DWTS and not playing for the Nets full-time.
“'I don't have to go to a contender to feel happy. I just want to play basketball the right way. And I want to stand on that whether I'm in the league or not.”