Cindy Ord/Getty Images file photoGuy Fieri testified in court today in the trial of the teen accused of stealing his Lamborghini in 2011.

Guy Fieri testifies about stolen yellow Lamborghini in Max Wade trial

Celebrity chef Guy Fieri testified today in the trial of a Marin County teen who is accused of stealing the chef's bright-yellow Lamborghini in 2011 and then shooting at a romantic rival in Mill Valley a year later.

Fieri's testimony this afternoon lasted only a few minutes as he confirmed that he does not know Max Wade and did not give him permission to take his $200,000 car out of a San Francisco dealership on March 8, 2011.

Wade, 19, is charged with the theft of the car and the attempted murder of a teenage girl who had spurned him romantically and her then-boyfriend.

Prosecutors allege that Wade stole the car in a “Mission Impossible”-style heist to impress the girl, Eva Dedier, who is now 19.

On April 13, 2012, Wade allegedly drove a motorcycle up alongside Dedier and then-boyfriend Landon Wahlstrom as they sat in Wahlstrom's truck, and opened fire at them, according to prosecutors.

Fieri told reporters outside of court that he is relieved the ordeal is nearly over.

“It's been a really crazy story,” he said.

Fieri said he was in Chicago filming his show “Dives, Diners and Drive-ins” for the Food Network when he heard the car had been stolen.

“I thought it was a bad joke,” he said.

He said the insurance company took ownership of the car after it was found in Wade's possession at a storage unit.

Deputy District Attorney Yvette Martinez was set to begin her closing argument this afternoon in the trial, which began earlier this month.

Just Posted

Supervisor Vallie Brown concedes to Dean Preston in close D5 contest

Days after progressive challenger Dean Preston declared victory in the District 5… Continue reading

SF may ask voters to approve a vacant storefront tax in March

Supervisor Peskin says proposal to give small businesses ‘leverage in lease negotiations’

Chesa Boudin to be sworn in as San Francisco DA in January

District Attorney-elect Chesa Boudin will not take office until early next year… Continue reading

Most Read