Jerry Seinfeld, established comedian, is facing a new lawsuit after allegedly selling a fake Porsche for $1.5 million. You couldn't get a more random headline from a dice roll.

According to a report by Newsday and the Associated Press, Seinfeld is being sued by Channel Islands company Fica Frio. They claim that the comedian and long-time Porsche fan had sold a 1958 Porsche 356 A 1500 GS/GT Carrera Speedster in a 2016 auction for $1.54 million, only for the vehicle to be "not authentic." Frio is now seeking unspecified damages, including the cost of the purchase.

The same report claims that Seinfeld had called the company, apologizing and offering a full refund via voicemail. In a separate report, Orin Snyder, a lawyer representing Seinfeld, has requested that Frio provide evidence that the vehicle is fraudulent. The company has yet to respond to either sentiment.

The legal dispute is still in action, so it is important to not draw any official conclusions until all sides have presented a full case under the guidance of our legal system. It's possible this is a lawsuit about nothing.