A friend drank too much and asked me to drive his car home as I was not drunk. I parked and scraped the bottom of his fender and upon backing out of the spot, the edges of the fender got pulled out. I popped them back in and I told him I'd pay for the repair which I did outside of our insurance companies. It was for a new fender lining and repair to a tab and clip inside the outer edge of the original fender's passenger side. He was happy with the repairs until a couple months later when he hit a piece of tire on the freeway and his bumper, grill, and logo were damaged. The bumper no longer fits properly on either side on the car and a gap can be seen under the head lights. Fast forward to 6 months later and he now wants me to pay to have the fender replaced. Am I responsible?
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