A “traumatised” Love Island star Kem Cetinay has shockingly crashed his Mercedes G Wagon in an accident that left a motorcyclist dead.
The reality TV personality who was driving his car near Hornchurch when the biker crashed into his Mercedes G-Wagon 4×4.
The rider who is said to be male was said to have been” hurled 20ft in the air by the force of the impact before landing straight on the tarmac, before tragically being declared dead at the scene”.
Witnesses report say the Love Island star however escaped unhurt but was said to have been “deeply shaken”.
The accident happened just a few distance from a restaurant the restaurant owns in Harold Wood, Romford.
The accident is said to have occurred when the motorcyclist reportedly collided with Kem’s car. The rider was trying to overtake cars which were going up a hill while the star on the other hand was coming down.
Eyewitnesses account say the reality star is “definitely not to blame” for the tragedy, but he was not arrested.
The Sun reports that one witness told them “I feel for him. He watched someone die in front of his eyes.
“We all recognized him. He was talking to someone on the phone saying that there had been a smash and that he was worried.
“He was completely in shock.”
The witness added: “He did nothing wrong. There were about six witnesses and we all saw what happened.
“The biker had overtaken us all and ended up on the wrong side of the road when he smashed head-on into Kem’s car at about 60mph on a 30mph road.
“The driver of the motorbike flew about 20ft into the air before landing on the road.”
“They even got an air ambulance but it was too late.”
But who is KEM?
The former Love Islander is worth £4.3million. He recently signed as Primark’s first-ever menswear ambassador.
Kem lives in a luxury lives in a £1.5million Essex property, which is not far from the accident scene.
A statement released by his representative indicates that “Kem was this morning (Thursday) involved in a road traffic accident close to his home in the Brentwood area at approximately 11.30am.
“Kem will be making no further comment on this matter aside to offer his deepest condolences, prayers and sympathies to the motorcyclist’s family and friends.”
Another statement from the Metropolitan Police confirmed the incident.
It states “Police were called at 11:32hrs on Thursday, 4 August to reports of a collision at Shepherds Hill, Romford.
“Police and London Ambulance Service [LAS] attended. At the scene a car had been in collision with a motorcycle.
“Despite the efforts of medics, the male motorcyclist [no further details] was sadly pronounced dead at the scene at 12:04. Enquiries are underway to notify next of kin.
“The driver of the car stopped at the scene and is assisting police with their enquiries. He was not arrested.”