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Pete Davidson granted court-ordered protection from Michelle Mootreddy after they trespassed in home

Pete Davidson has been granted court-ordered protection from superfan Michelle Mootreddy, after they trespassed in his Staten Island home.

The Saturday Night Live star has had a bizarre week, after he was the subject of a fake press release, claiming he married ‘childhood friend’ Mootreddy. 

His fake wife now faces multiple felonies and misdemeanors, after being arrested Thursday for slipping into a side door at his house and sitting at a kitchen table, according to TMZ.

Safe and sound: Pete Davidson has been granted court-ordered protection from superfan Michelle Mootreddy, after they trespassed in his Staten Island home (pictured in March, 2020)

Mootreddy has been ordered to stay away from Davidson, 27, and three other people who live in the house, in addition to being barred from contacting them in any way or showing up at their homes or jobs.

They were arraigned Friday, and they’ve been charged with two felonies, burglary in the second and third degree, as well as two misdemeanor counts of stalking, two misdemeanor counts of criminal trespass and harassment.

Although the King of Staten Island actor was not home at the time of the trespassing, one of his relatives discovered the intruder and called the cops.   

It comes after Mootreddy released a statement Tuesday via the production company Bodega Cats Presents, announcing that they had gotten married and launched the banner.

House guest: His fake wife now faces multiple felonies and misdemeanors, after she was arrested Thursday for slipping into a side door at his house and sitting at a kitchen table, according to TMZ

House guest: His fake wife now faces multiple felonies and misdemeanors, after she was arrested Thursday for slipping into a side door at his house and sitting at a kitchen table, according to TMZ

Restraining order: Mootreddy has been ordered to stay away from Davidson, 27, and three other people who live in the house, in addition to being barred from contacting them in any way or showing up at their homes or jobs

Restraining order: Mootreddy has been ordered to stay away from Davidson, 27, and three other people who live in the house, in addition to being barred from contacting them in any way or showing up at their homes or jobs

On trial: They were arraigned Friday, and they've been charged with two felonies, burglary in the second and third degree, as well as two misdemeanor counts of stalking, two misdemeanor counts of criminal trespass and harassment

On trial: They were arraigned Friday, and they’ve been charged with two felonies, burglary in the second and third degree, as well as two misdemeanor counts of stalking, two misdemeanor counts of criminal trespass and harassment

The press release read: ‘Pete and Michelle were childhood friends prior to starting Bodega Cats Presents and are married.’ 

It also included a quote from the pseudo-groom: ‘I am really excited to be part of this company and help people get a start in this industry.  

‘I never thought I would do something like this, but I met some of my closest friends doing stand-up, so I felt this was the right thing to do to give back to my community.’

They even featured his name along with Mootreddy as cofounders and co-CEOs on the website for Bodega Cats, which aims ‘to increase diversity & belonging in the entertainment industry by curating experiences that have a cultural & social impact.’

Fake news: It comes after Mootreddy released a statement Tuesday via the production company Bodega Cats Presents, reading: 'Pete and Michelle were childhood friends prior to starting Bodega Cats Presents and are married' (pictured in January, 2019)

Fake news: It comes after Mootreddy released a statement Tuesday via the production company Bodega Cats Presents, reading: ‘Pete and Michelle were childhood friends prior to starting Bodega Cats Presents and are married’ (pictured in January, 2019)

Legal action: Davidson's lawyers issued a response via Page Six: 'Not a word of it is true. Mr. Davidson has no idea who this person is. We are investigating and considering all legal and equitable remedies' (pictured in October, 2019)

Legal action: Davidson’s lawyers issued a response via Page Six: ‘Not a word of it is true. Mr. Davidson has no idea who this person is. We are investigating and considering all legal and equitable remedies’ (pictured in October, 2019)

Davidson’s lawyers issued a response via Page Six: ‘Not a word of it is true. Mr. Davidson has no idea who this person is. We are investigating and considering all legal and equitable remedies.’ 

His love life has frequently drawn attention, sharing flings with the likes of Margaret Qualley, 26, Kaia Gerber, 19, and Kate Beckinsale, 47, as well as a whirlwind engagement with Ariana Grande, 27.

The Suicide Squad star was recently mentioned by ex Cazzie David, 26, in a raw essay about their breakup for her memoir No One Asked For This.

Davidson told Insider: ‘I’m really happy for her. We’re cool. I wish her nothing but the best. I think she wrote a really funny book and I hope it stays on the [bestseller] chart.’

Romantic history: His love life has frequently draw attention, sharing flings with the likes of Margaret Qualley, 26, Kaia Gerber, 19, and Kate Beckinsale, 47, as well as a whirlwind engagement to Ariana Grande, 27 (pictured with Grande in August, 2018)

Romantic history: His love life has frequently draw attention, sharing flings with the likes of Margaret Qualley, 26, Kaia Gerber, 19, and Kate Beckinsale, 47, as well as a whirlwind engagement to Ariana Grande, 27 (pictured with Grande in August, 2018)


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