People: Reckless driving: Pete Davidson has to go to the fire department

After a court summons for reckless driving, the American comedian Pete Davidson (29) has to help out with the New York fire department.

People: Reckless driving: Pete Davidson has to go to the fire department

After a court summons for reckless driving, the American comedian Pete Davidson (29) has to help out with the New York fire department. A court in Los Angeles ruled that Kim Kardashian's ex-boyfriend had to do 50 hours of community service, among other things, the "New York Times" reported on Thursday. Davidson plans to do this at the FDNY. The comedian's vehicle was involved in a "serious collision" with a house in a residential area of ​​Beverly Hills in March, according to authorities. The car struck a fire hydrant and then crashed into a wall.

No one was seriously injured, but Davidson was charged with reckless driving.

His father was in the New York Fire Department

Davidson's father Scott worked for the New York Fire Department. He was killed while his unit was deployed after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. Davidson worked through this experience, among other things, in the 2020 film "The King of Staten Island".

Pete Davidson is best known for his appearances on the comedy show 'Saturday Night Live', but the comedian has also appeared in numerous series and films.

The comedian also made headlines privately: after being engaged to singer Ariana Grande for a while in 2018, he was with TV star Kardashian for a few months in 2022.

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