Ben Affleck’s 10-year-old son unhurt after backing into BMW

Ben Affleck’s 10-year-old son, Samuel, landed something far more expensive than a Little Tikes Cozy Coupe.

On Sunday, the actor’s child accidentally flipped a Lamborghini Urus into a BMW at luxury car rental company 777 Exotics in Los Angeles. Before the incident, Affleck, his son and fiancee Jennifer Lopez were looking at the model, which costs at least $230,000.

In a paparazzi video, the kid can be seen jumping into the driver’s seat behind the “Gone Girl” actor, with Lopez in the backseat behind the boy. The Lamborghini rolled back just inches to touch the white BMW behind it.

After the minor accident, both the child and his father checked the two vehicles for possible damage. A representative for Affleck told The Times that “there was no damage and no one was hurt.”

Samuel is Affleck’s son with fellow actress Jennifer Garner.

The harmless accident happened a week after Father’s Day, when Lopez praised Affleck on Instagram as the “most caring, loving, loving, enduring and selfless daddy ever.” The post featured images of the two celebrities kissing and cuddling each other in both 2022 and the early 2000s.

Bennifer, as Affleck and Lopez are known, have been going strong since rekindling their romance in 2021 after first dating in the wee hours of the morning. In early April, Affleck proposed to the singer for the second time.

“I was completely unprepared and just looked into his eyes, smiling and crying while trying to rack my brains that this was happening again after 20 years. I was literally speechless and he said is that a yes?'” Lopez wrote in her newsletter at the time. “I said YES, of course that’s a YES.”

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Sarah Ridley

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