THE teen son of a London-based billionaire was involved in a horrific 125mph Ferrari crash which left the luxury car a mangled heap of burning metal.
Thomas Leviev, son of diamond tycoon, Lev Leviev, was at the wheel of the expensive motor as it clipped the curb when overtaking.
It smashed into two oncoming cars and burst into flames.
Shocking photos show the burnt out shell of the car upside down and smashed to pieces.
Some reports say 17-year-old Leviev fled the scene, in central Moscow, but was found later the next day in hospital.
Other reports state he was rushed to hospital after the crash, but not in an ambulance.
He escaped before the car burst into flames.
The fate of a young woman seen by eyewitnesses travelling with him is so far unknown.
The other drivers involved in the smash were hospitalised and there were no fatalities.
Father of nine Lev Leviev lives in Hampstead, north west London, with a fortune of around €1.35 billion.