Ben Affleck Does The Right Thing After Clipping Car

Ben Affleck Does The Right Thing After Clipping Car
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Ben Affleck does not feel entitled the way these blonde bimbos Amanda Bynes and Lindsey Lohan do after hitting a car, as he left a sincerely apologetic note on a car he accidentally clipped while driving.

Affleck left a note on the windshield in Santa Monica on Saturday with his contact info, with a vow saying he would “cover everything.”

It’s refreshing to see a celebrity do the right thing, instead of disrupting our judicial system for their shenanigans.

Jason Christopher | Elite.

Photo Credit: Theo Wargo/Getty Images

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