Conservative radio host Michael Berry has been accused of fleeing the scene of a car crash outside a gay bar, reported.

Berry, a former three-term Houston councilman, is accused of crashing into another car outside T.C.'s Show Bar. He reportedly drove his SUV more than 70 feet in reverse before hitting the car of Tuderia Bennett, a bouncer at the bar.

Bennett told police that he saw Berry leave the club, watched the crash happen and could positively identify Berry as the driver of the vehicle. He also gave police the license plate number from the car.

“I said, 'That's definitely the guy.' For sure, 100 percent,” said Bennett.

Managers of the bar provided video surveillance footage to the police that shows Berry inside the club around the time of the January 31 incident.

In the video, Berry is seen ordering a beer and twice walking down a hall to the restroom.

Prosecutors from the Harris County District Attorney's Office have refused to file hit-and-run charges against Berry. They say no one could positively identify Berry as the driver.

Berry, a supporter of Rick Santorum's presidential aspirations, alluded to the controversy during his Thursday radio show, but has not denied the claims.

“You simply cannot go out there and chase down every nasty thing that is said about you,” he said. “Just because someone says something nasty about you doesn't make it true.”