The investigation into Michael B. Jordan‘s violent Ferrari crash is closed, and he won’t face any criminal repercussions … TMZ has learned.
Law enforcement tells us there’s just not enough evidence to prove what happened during the December crash in Hollywood … despite a video showing Michael racing another driver — also in a Ferrari — moments before Michael careened into a parked KIA.
Cops say the video is part of the puzzle of what happened during the accident, but it’s not enough to complete it — especially as it doesn’t capture whether MBJ was behind the wheel.
If a crime had been committed, we’re told it would be street racing, and because that’s a misdemeanor … an officer would need to witness Jordan driving. That didn’t happen as cops only responded after the fact.
Ditto for speeding — we’re told it isn’t clear from the vid just how fast Michael’s car was going as he apparently raced the other down Sunset Blvd.
So, when you put it all together … just too many question marks to prosecute.
TMZ broke the story … LAPD opened its investigation after video surfaced showing the Dec. 3 crash. There were no injuries, but a lot of property damage, as Jordan’s Ferrari and the KIA were mangled.