Wayne Brady Involved in Physical Altercation After His Car Was Allegedly Hit by Driver Later Charged with DUI: Police

Wayne Brady was reportedly involved in a physical altercation with another driver after his car was allegedly hit by a man Sunday night who was later charged with DUI.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department confirmed to PEOPLE that the crash involved two drivers — Let’s make a deal host and a 51-year-old man — on Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu, California.

Following the incident, PEOPLE has learned that the drivers allegedly got into an intense argument that turned physical when they stopped to exchange information.

“Wayne is very upset about this drunk driver incident. As a father, he was just thankful that his daughter or anyone’s child wasn’t faced with this,” a source told PEOPLE. – He kept thinking what if it was his daughter.

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Wayne Brady. Charles Sykes/Getty

Brady, 51, called 911, but the other driver reportedly drove off before authorities arrived, according to TMZ, which first reported the news. The comedian did not have to go to the hospital after the fight.

Authorities tell PEOPLE the other driver was later arrested for hit-and-run and hit-and-run after the incident. A source confirmed that Brady filed charges against the other driver.

All about Wayne Brady’s blended family

Brady has a daughter Maile (20) with his ex-wife Mandie Taketa, with whom he was married from 1999 to 2008.

In September 2021, Whose line is that anyway? star expanded her co-parenting duties when Mandie adopted son Sundance-Isamu with her boyfriend Jason Fordham.

Jason Michael Fordham, Mandie Taketa, Maile Masako Brady and Wayne Brady at the 2022 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on November 20, 2022 in Los Angeles, California

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Last July, Brady and Taketa announced that their production company, A Wayne & Mandie Creative, would produce an eight-episode unscripted series for Hulu.

According to Diversityreality show will give viewers a glimpse into Brady’s life as an entertainer and co-parent with his “ex-wife, soul mate and business partner” as they lead everyday life as a blended family.

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