Wayne Brady was hit by a drunk driver in Malibu and got into a physical altercation

Wayne Brady was hit by a drunk driver in Malibu on Sunday, The Post can confirm.

The 51-year-old multi-talented man was driving on the Pacific Coast Highway when another car hit him.

The incident reportedly escalated when the other driver, reportedly a 51-year-old man, and the “Who’s Line Is It Anyway?” message were heard. Accordingly, Alum got into a heated argument that turned violent TMZ.

Brady reportedly called the police after the fight, after which the drunk driver allegedly got back in his car and sped away.

The outlet reports that police eventually caught the man and arrested him for assault, drunk driving and hit-and-run.

The five-time Emmy winner did not report any injuries Sunday night, The Post can confirm.

The Post has contacted Brady representatives as well as the LA County Sheriff’s Department.

Wayne Brady performs onstage during GLAAD's fifth annual #SpiritDay concert at The Belasco on October 18 in Los Angeles.
Wayne Brady performs onstage during GLAAD’s fifth annual #SpiritDay concert at The Belasco on October 18 in Los Angeles.
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Brady has not yet addressed the crash on his social media.

The popular, laid-back “Let’s Make a Deal” host came out as pansexual in August, revealing to fans that he’s having a hard time defining his sexuality.

“I’m pansexual,” he told People at the time. “Bisexual – with an open mind,” he clarified.

Wayne Brady started as a presenter "Let's make a deal" in 2009.
Wayne Brady began hosting Let’s Make a Deal in 2009.

“I came to pansexual because – and I know I’m completely confusing the dictionary meaning – but to me, pan means that I can be attracted to anyone who identifies as gay, straight, bi, trans or non-binary identified. “Being able to get attracted across the board,” Brady continued.

“I’m doing a lot of therapy right now. “I wish I didn’t care what people think about me, but the fact is, I do care,” he admitted.

“However, when I opened that door for myself, I had to start learning about myself, and I had to start confronting things that maybe I had either repressed or repressed or just didn’t want to confront.”

Caroline Bleakley

Caroline Bleakley is a USTimeToday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Caroline Bleakley joined USTimeToday in 2022 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with Caroline Bleakley by emailing carolinebleakley@ustimetoday.com.

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