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Twitch star responds after being accused of crashing his McLaren that costs over $300,000

Twitch star responds after being accused of crashing his McLaren that costs over $300,000

HSTikkyTokky shared a series of posts after the alleged crash took place

Twitch star HSTikkyTokky has responded after a post on X claimed he'd crashed his $300,000 car.

Speculation about the crash began yesterday (March 24), when a video emerged showing a purple supercar at a standstill at the side of the road, surrounded by debris.

The caption claimed HSTikkyTokky, whose real name is Harrison Sullivan, had been involved in the crash while travelling with fellow streamer General G, aka George Elliot.

The car looked in bad shape in the video.

Elliot could be seen lying on the side of the road in the video, which came after he shared his own post on TikTok of himself in the driver's seat of the McLaren 720s owned by 22-year-old Sullivan.

The video of the alleged crash was shared by the X account DramaAlert, which later added a follow up to say: "DramaAlert has been able to confirm the legitimacy of the crash."

The accident took place in Virginia Water in Surrey, UK, where police confirmed that a passenger from the McLaren and two from an Audi had been treated for minor injuries.

Just an hour after the video the crash emerged, Sullivan shared a post which appeared to indicate that not everything was as it seemed.

Sullivan is known for his love of supercars.

He posted: "Don’t believe everything you see on the net… I’m seeing a lot of b**locks."

Sullivan then shared another tweet featuring a screenshot from the video of Elliot lying on the ground, and a screenshot of a song playing on Spotify.

Alongside the images, he wrote: "New song with me n general just dropped , saw what happened earlier bro glad to see you’re alright."

He then included a link to the song, writing: "Listen here to mine and generals new tune."

In spite of Sullivan's apparent attempts to dismiss the claims of his crash, his followers were left confused as how the video would have come to exist in the first place.

Sullivan indicated the video wasn't what it seemed.

"No way bro crashed his car for promo," one person commented, while another wrote: "no way that was all promo."

Sullivan became the proud owner of the McLaren only a few weeks ago.

The supercar can go from 0-60 mph in 2.8 seconds and can reach a max speed of 212mph.

Surrey Police have said they are trying to track down the driver of the McLaren after he ran away from the scene following the crash.

Sullivan's latest post, shared on 25 March, claimed he had been 'put on a travel ban' and was 'stuck in [the] UK'.

UNILAD has contacted Surrey Police for comment.

Featured Image Credit: X/@TrainingHumble1

Topics: Twitch, Social Media, Viral, Cars