According to a report, Pete Davidson was sentenced to more than 50 hours of community service and a traffic education course after an incident in which he drove a car into a home in Beverly Hills.
According to court documents, prosecutors charged the Saturday Night Live graduate in June with a misdemeanor charge of reckless driving.
Last week, the Los Angeles Superior Court ordered Davidson to complete a diversionary program that requires 50 hours of community service and 12 hours of traffic education TMZ. Davidson is allowed to complete his community service in New York, where he lives, and plans to do so with the New York Fire Department.
His father, Scott Davidson, worked for the department and died on September 11, 2001 in the World Trade Center attacks.
If Davidson completes his program, the offense will not be added to his record, TMZ reported.
Davidson’s attorney Josh Sandler and the Los Angeles County Attorney’s Office did not immediately respond to the Times’ request for comment.
The accident happened in the late evening of March 4 in a residential area of Beverly Hills near the intersection of Rodeo Drive and Elevado Avenue. Officers found a wrecked dark four-door Mercedes-Benz and a damaged city fire hydrant, Beverly Hills police said after the incident. Photos from the scene of the accident showed a trail of tire tracks along the lawn of a house and cracked wooden panels on the side of the house and shredded shrubs.
No one was injured in the accident and no arrests were made.
Police declined to give the names of the occupants of the vehicle, but TMZ, who reported the collision firstsaid Davidson at the wheel and fellow actor Chase Sui Wonders in the passenger seat.
Police had previously said they did not believe the driver was affected but believe high speed was the main reason for the crash.
In August 2014, Davidson was charged with speeding in Virginia when he went 74 mph in a 55 mph zone. This is according to court records which list the actor as “Pete Waters-Davidson” (his mother’s maiden name is Waters). The Staten Island native appeared in a traffic court several months later, where he was fined $114.