• George Michael Falls From a Range Rover at 70 mph

Never ever open a car door while moving…

This is a lesson George Michael had to learn in a very unpleasant way. It looks like the famous musician opened aRange Rover’s door and tried to pull it shut again because it wasn’t shut properly. Before he could close the door, he fell out of the car at 70 mph.

The incident happened on a motorway near St Albans and a woman approaching from behind almost ran him over. Katherine Fox said that when she saw him falling from the car she slamed on her brakes and reversed her Mini, so that no other vehicles would hit him.

According to Fox, George Michael had his clothes ripped and there was blood everywhere. Still, when he was transported to the hospital, his publicist Connie Filipello said that the injuries are just "superficial cuts and bruises." Michael’s partner, Fadi Fawaz, also reported the Michael was doing well at the hospital.

Police officers have opened an investigation and a final decision on what happened will be announced the in the upcoming weeks. We’ll keep an eye on Michael’s condition and report back if anything changes, but he seems like everything is going to be fine.

Click past the jump to read more about George Michael’s other incidents with cars.

George Michael and His Driving Woes

It looks like George Michael has quite a history of automobile incidents. In fact, there are more than seven incidents over the years.

Back in 2010, he was sentenced to eight weeks of prison time after his Ranger Rover plunged into Snappy Snaps in Hampstead, North London. He was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol - at least not this time.

A few years before that, he was caught driving under the influence of drugs and received a five-year driving ban.

In 2006, he was found collapsed in his Mercedes after using lots of drugs. He was banned from driving for two years and sentenced to 100 hours of community service.

Source: Standard

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