Some accidents are fender benders and some are life benders.
Swedish businessman Stefan Eriksson crashed while driving a $1 million Ferrari Enzo on California's Pacific Coast Highway in February. After the wreck came a handful of criminal charges and a large basket of dirty laundry.
Prosecutors allege that Eriksson, 44, crashed the Enzo - one of only 400 that Ferrari built - while his blood-alcohol level was above the legal limit. Eriksson, who was not seriously injured, says he wasn't driving.
The investigation led to charges that Eriksson brought the Enzo and two other ultraluxury cars into the United States illegally. A search of his house turned up a handgun that prosecutors said he could not legally possess because he has a criminal record. Police records from Sweden show Eriksson was sentenced to prison there three times.
Eriksson has pleaded not guilty to a variety of charges, and the case is pending.