With its European division bankrupt and its US parent company self-admittedly suffering "severe financial pressures," Gizmondo is, by all accounts, in trouble. So too is a former executive of the company, Sweden-born Stefan Eriksson. A month ago, he was nearly killed in a spectacular car wreck that totaled his million-dollar 2003 Ferrari Enzo--a crash he blamed on a mysterious German driver. Now Eriksson has lost another one of his luxury autos, a 2005 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren, worth over $400,000. According to the Los Angeles Times, Eriksson's wife, 33-year-old Nicole Persson, was pulled over by the Beverly Hills Police Department driving the McLaren. After discovering Persson did not have a US driver's license, and that the car was unregistered and only had British license plates, police confiscated it. The vehicle remains impounded, as British police believe it may be stolen.