Amerian singer Kehlani is being sued by a luxury car rental company for alleged damage to a Ferrari she rented in April.
The lawsuit alleges that the 2017 model Ferrari which the singer used in the music video of her song “Open” was returned with damage following a collision, TMZ reported.
According to the lawsuit, the 25-year-old singer returned the car with $25,000 worth of damage.
Kehlani is alleged to have “negligently, recklessly, carelessly operated the Ferrari,” the lawsuit claims, according to The Blast.
It continues to claim her driving caused the high priced car to “to collide with an animal and/or unknown object and thereby causing significant material damage.”
The Florida company claims it lost $1,000 a day, the rental rate paid by the singer, while the car was repaired and a total of $35,000 in potential rental fees.
According to the outlet, the company is seeking damages and to have Kehlani’s license suspended until a judgement is paid.
The Ferrari was ‘rented’ to the singer by a ‘third-party rental agency.’
According to The Blast, the car was originally rented for “personal use only,” though he lawsuit claims it was used for “commercial use,” when it allegedly appeared in her music video.
On May 8, she released a music video for her song Open (passionate), the same day she released her second studio album, It Was Good Until it Wasn’t.
In the music video, shot in the desert during coronavirus isolation, she sings near a black Ferrari and drives it down a dirt road.
The rental company claim that due to the damage the car has diminished in value by $88,000.