Wayne Brady, the star of "Whose Line Is It Anyway," was involved in a recent incident in Malibu that resulted in a physical altercation. According to TMZ, the collision occurred on Sunday night when Brady was driving down Pacific Coast Highway. Both drivers pulled over immediately after the accident and an intense argument escalated into a fight.
Following the altercation, Wayne Brady called 911 while the other driver left the scene. However, authorities were able to track down the driver and he was subsequently arrested for charges of battery, DUI, and hit-and-run.
Fortunately, Wayne Brady did not require immediate medical attention. However, an insider revealed that he was left feeling sore and was advised to take it easy in the aftermath of the incident.
This incident comes nearly two months after Wayne Brady publicly shared his journey to coming out as pansexual. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, he explained how he now identifies as pansexual, emphasizing his attraction to individuals who identify across various sexual orientations and gender identities.
Prior to this incident, Wayne Brady had been vocal about his mental health advocacy. He participated in groups such as Glenn Close's Bring Change To Mind, focusing on the importance of self-love and seeking therapy to address personal issues.
Wayne Brady has been married twice, and he shares a daughter named Maile with ex-wife Mandie Taketa. Despite their separation and subsequent divorce, they have successfully maintained a friendly relationship and both expressed their support for him after his coming out announcement as pansexual.
As the incident continues to unfold, Wayne Brady's fans and the public are eagerly awaiting updates on any potential legal or further personal developments.