A photographer sued Keanu Reeves, accusing the actor of hitting him with his Porsche in a not-so-excellent encounter in March.
The lawsuit said Reeves struck Alison Silva on March 19 and alleges that Silva suffered shock and serious injuries. The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, seeks unspecified damages.
Attorneys for Reeves and Silva did not immediately return phone messages Monday.
According to reports at the time of the accident, Reeves was leaving a parking space in a residential area near Los Verdes County Golf Course, about 30 miles south of downtown Los Angeles.
Authorities said at the time that the person Reeves struck was a paparazzo.
An attorney for Reeves said then that Silva was blocking Reeves' way and that if there was a collision, it was not hard enough to injure him.
Reeves starred in the "Matrix" movies, "Speed" and "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure."