Viral Video Shows Woman Rear Ending Man's $500,000 Lamborghini, Yelling He Hit Her Car

A viral TikTok video showed the moment a woman rear ended a man's $500,000 Lamborghini Aventador and blamed him for "hitting the front of her car."

In the video, which has been viewed more than 36 million times, the woman approached the man's car yelling at him as he laughed. At the beginning of the video, the young woman angrily got out of her Audi sedan which was left in the middle of a busy road.

She approached the man's vehicle, which he parked at a gas station and she knocked on the man's door. As she pointed to her vehicle she said "you hit my car, you did that to the front of my f***ing car."

The man, Matt Heller from Tampa, Florida, replied "oh yeah" before giggling at the woman. "What's funny?" the woman asked in the video. "That's my new f***ing car," she yelled.

"Usually when you rear end people, that's not how this works," the man laughed. Heller then calmly told the woman that he was going to call the police. "But now you're saying I hit you from behind?" Heller asked the woman. "No!" the woman said in the video. "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."

The man laughed before he calmly said, "okay, that's cool." The driver then told the woman she should move her car which was blocking two lanes of traffic. As she walked away, she started yelling back at Heller while a man, presumed to be the woman's friend, approached her. Visibly angry, she said, "that's why you white people get all this fucking privilege with those nice ass cars."

The man next to her then physically held her back as she got angrier. "B**** that's my new f***ing car!" she yelled before the video cut to surveillance footage of the incident.

In the video, a woman showed the driver surveillance footage from the gas station. "You are here," she said as she pointed at the man's white Lamborghini sitting at a red light. "And she came, look," the woman said as she pointed at the girl's black car slammed into the back of his vehicle.

The viral video ended with an image that showed the extensive damage to the back of his luxury white Lamborghini. The woman hit the vehicle so hard that the entire back left of the bumper was completely damaged.

According to Car and Driver Magazine, the Lamborghini Aventador can be priced anywhere from about $400,000 to over $550,000 depending on the year. The car touts a 6.5-liter V-12 engine that produces 769 horsepower. It's been referred to as a luxury "hyper car."

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In the video, which has amassed over 35 million views and over 5 million likes since being posted yesterday, a woman rear ended a man in his $500,000 Lamborghini before attempting to blame him for the accident. monkeybusinessimages/Getty Images

Over 243,800 people shared the TikTok video and more than 1,900 people commented. Many of those comments were poking fun at the woman's insurance company.

"Her insurance: 'You hit a WHAT????" one user commented on the video.

"I think she saw a lambo and hit it on purpose thinking you'd have to pay her," another user joked.

Other users commented on the fact that the man's first instinct was to just laugh at the situation and "keep his cool."

But yesterday, the woman in the video posted a TikTok under the username @maddygilsoul1 claiming Heller "drove into oncoming traffic on a red light" because she wouldn't turn left on a yellow. In the caption of the video, the woman said she was planning on suing him for defamation and slander.

In the video, the woman then showed the gas station attendant show her surveillance footage. It showed the white vehicle nearly missing a person on a bicycle. While the view is blocked in the video, the woman claimed Heller sideswiped the front of her car while he blew the light.

Newsweek reached out to Heller for additional information but did not hear back in time for publication.

Updated 10/06/2021, 11:53 a.m. ET: This story has been updated to include statements made by the woman in a video she posted to TikTok.