British actor Gerald Butler has sued a woman who caused a car accident in which she was thrown several meters off her motorcycle and suffered "catastrophic injuries", according to tmz.com, writes Mediafax.
According to court documents, Gerald Butler was shot in the air on his Triumph Bonneville motorcycle when a woman "drove out of a corner, carelessly," and cut her way.
The star of the movie "Angel Has Fallen" says he had no time to stop, hit the woman's car and then flew the motorcycle, suffering "catastrophic injuries".
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The accident occurred in October 2017 in Los Angeles. The doctors on the scene gave the actor the first aid, after which he was transported to the hospital. Fortunately, Butler escaped with only a few bruises and cuts.
Gerard Butler, 49, is an actor born in Glasgow, UK, in 1969. Among the films he has played are "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider", "Phantom of the Opera", "PS: I love you "," Rocknrolla "," Gamer "," 300 – Heroes of the Thermopylae "and" Law Abiding Citizen ".