Driver Accused Of 'Rear-Ending' $400k Lamborghini Hits Back With Own Footage
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A woman who was allegedly caught rear-ending a Lamborghini at a petrol station has come out and shared a video of her being 'sideswiped' by the driver. Watch below:
Earlier this month, Matthew Heller shared a video of a woman shouting at him through his car window after having crashed into the back of his car.
The clip quickly went viral, with over 40 million people watching it on TikTok.
However, the woman in the video, Tiktok user @maddygilsoul1, has now released her own video, calling out the Lambo driver for having overtaken her at a red light just moments before the incident at the filling station.
She claims that Matthew 'drove into oncoming traffic at a red light' after she failed to turn left at a yellow light.
"Sideswiped me while I was at a red light... guess he didn't want to tell the whole story," she says.
Maddy then shows footage of the incident, with a white Lamborghini seen manoeuvring around Maddy's car and just missing a cyclist.
She then says that she is going to seek legal advice, claiming that Matthew had defamed her in his video.
In the original post, Maddy can be seen approaching Matthew's car, telling him to wind the window down.
She says: "You did that to the front of my f***ing car... that's my new f***ing car!"
Not seeming too convinced by her argument, Matthew can be heard laughing to himself, saying: "When you rear-end somebody... that's not how this works."
But Maddy insists: "You hit me in the front of it, remember? When I was at a red light you went in front of me and hit my car."
She then starts shouting: "That's why all you white people get all this f***ing privilege, with this nice a** car... B***h, that's my new f***ing car!"
Matthew eventually tells her that she needs to go and move her car and that he will call the police.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, Matthew seemed to admit that there must have been some sort of contact at the light, saying that the black marks visible on his car in the video were 'simply some dirt from her tyre that rubbed into the matte finish'.
And in a statement to YouTube, he said: "While passing her on the left, she moved forward and turned her vehicle toward mine to keep me from passing her. I thought I got all the way around her and continued making my left turn.
"The next thing that happened was a smack in my rear end."
A HornBlasters representative told LADbible: "Since the story initially went viral, new security footage proves that Matthew Heller did not sideswipe a vehicle.
"Seen in context with the additional footage, the video evidence vindicates what Heller initially said on TikTok before the app censored him and let the media tell the narrative: Heller didn't cause this accident."
LADbible has reached out to both Maddy and Matthew for a comment.