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Pete Davidson is accused of driving recklessly after a collision in Beverly Hills.

Pete Davidson, a comedian, has been accused of driving his car into a Beverly Hills house earlier this year.

The “Saturday Night Live” star was charged with careless driving on Friday, according to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.

They believe Mr. Davidson drove recklessly, which led to his involvement in a serious collision with a home. Fortunately, no one was seriously injured as a result of this accident, stated the DA’s office in an emailed statement.

The accident occurred just after 11 p.m. on March 4. Authorities were sent to the junction of Rodeo Drive and Elevado Avenue after receiving reports of a traffic collision.

According to Lt. Moreno of the Beverly Hills Police Department, Davidson was riding with a female passenger. Davidson was reportedly with his suspected girlfriend, Chase Sui Wonders, at the time of the tragedy.

A black Mercedes-Benz car collided with a fire hydrant, forcing cops to respond.

Preliminary investigators assume speed may have been a factor, said Lt. Reginald Evans at the time, noting that no arrests had been made.

Authorities did not think alcohol or drugs played a part in the incident, Evans said at the time.

No one was hurt, Lt. Moreno stated. Nobody is at home; no one is in the vehicle.

Prior to the mishap, Davidson was presenting an award with his “Transformers: Rise of the Beasts” co-stars onstage at the Kids’ Choice Awards.

They understand that reckless driving can have terrible consequences, stated the DA in a statement. In 2022, Los Angeles traffic fatalities reached their highest level in 20 years. This is a concerning trend that they must address. As a consequence, it is critical that they investigate all claims of careless driving and hold those involved accountable.

Davidson is scheduled to appear in court on July 27.

Davidson and Wonders have not made any public statements about the accident. They met in 2021 while co-starring in the 2022 film “Bodies, Bodies, Bodies.” In the 2023 Peacock comedy series “Bupkis,” which is partially inspired by Davidson’s life, the “Generation” alum also plays Davidson’s on-and-off girlfriend.

The couple initially fueled relationship rumors in December when they went to a New York Rangers game with fellow “Bodies, Bodies, Bodies” co-star Rachel Sennot.

They were caught getting intimate on the beach in Hawaii in January while on vacation. They’ve been seen on multiple dates in the last several months. Before the disaster, the couple had just returned from another Hawaiian vacation.

After his nine-month engagement with Kim Kardashian ended, Davidson was connected to model Emily Ratajkowski. After a short courtship, the “Meet Cute” actor announced his engagement to Ariana Grande in 2018, but the two parted ways later that year.

Davidson and Wonders are “still going strong.” One source claimed that he really, really cares for her and thinks she’s just the best.

According to the insider, Davidson is “very happy,” and the couple is “super close.”

But according to the source, the New York native is “taking his time with the relationship.”

When they’re apart, they’re always talking on the phone, and they’re just a cute couple, the person continued.

Davidson was recently embroiled in a high-profile spat with the animal rights group PETA. Davidson reportedly left an expletive-laced message for Daphna Nachminovitch, the senior vice president of PETA’s Cruelty Investigations Department, last week after Nachminovitch chastised him for purchasing a dog rather than adopting one.

Davidson mentioned in the message that, owing to allergies, he can only acquire a certain breed of dog. PETA then issued a statement asserting that there is “no such thing as a hypoallergenic dog” and that the breed Davidson bought was available at shelters and on the pet adoption website Petfinder.

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