According to TMZ, Clooney was riding the scooter at 60 miles per hour when a auto reportedly pulled in front of him near Costa Corallina in Sardinia.
The Hollywood heartthrob is in Sardinia, an Italian island in the Mediterranean Sea, to film a TV series based on Joseph Heller's novel "Catch-22". The injured actor held onto both handrails of a private jet, as he moved slowly up the stairs with his wife, and 1-year-old twins, Ella and Alexander.
The star was taken to John Paul II Hospital in Olbia via an ambulance after the crash but was later discharged with minor injuries. Local media gathered at the hospital said he and Amal Clooney left through a side exit. Though he had no fractures, there was reportedly trauma to his pelvis, hip, and knee, which should heal in three weeks.
"George was treated and released from an Olbia hospital", the rep said.
His spokesman Stan Rosenfield said: 'He is recovering at his home and will be fine'.
Video footage of the crash shows Clooney fly into the air off his bike and onto the windshield of the vehicle he collided with, majorly cracking the windshield, and falling to the ground. Clooney's helmet hit the windshield and broke due to the force of the impact.
George Clooney is on the mend after a terrifying scooter accident.
George Clooney is back on his feet after his motorbike crash - with a little assistance.
"It's good to be alive", he told a friend later in the day.
"It's the one thing in life that I think is the biggest determinant of happiness, and it's the thing you have the least control over", she said.
Viglino admits he recognized Clooney as soon as he took his helmet off. "I'm in shock. It all happened in an instant". "And I wasn't willing or excited about the idea of getting married or having a family in the absence of that".