A woman who claimed to be Pete Davidson’s wife was arrested Thursday after she managed to break into the Saturday night live House of the performer.
Michelle Mootreddy – who made the false claim earlier this week that she was Davidson’s wife and business associate – was arrested and charged with entering after allegedly entering Davidson’s home on Staten Island.
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Mootreddy first arrived at Davidson’s property around 3:30 p.m. Local time and knocked on the door, said police and sources. According to law enforcement officials who attended the scene, Davidson, 27, was away at the time, but his mother was. She replied and told Mootreddy to go.
Mootreddy then went to the side door, entered the house, and sat at his kitchen table.
Fox News reports that when police showed up, Mootreddy told them she had “a telepathic love affair” with Davidson.
Police charged Mootreddy with trespassing and two cases of stalking, as well as two violations, one of which was harassment.
After Mootreddy published the false press release, Davidson’s attorney issued a statement in which he fully refuted the allegations and confirmed that Davidson was not married to Mootreddy – and in fact had “no idea” who she was.
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“The press release circulating this morning about Pete Davidson is completely wrong,” Davidson’s attorney said in a statement. “Not a word of it is true. Mr. Davidson has no idea who this person is. We investigate and review all legal and fair remedies. “
In the fake announcement, Mootreddy said she was friends with Davidson and got married and started a production company, Bodega Cats Presents.
Davidson’s agent and attorney did not comment on the alleged break-in.
– – With files from Chris Jancelewicz of News Gob