Pete Davidson will be required to complete 50 hours of community service in order to clear a reckless driving charge from his criminal record, TMZ reports.
Davidson got charged after crashing his car into a Beverly Hills home in March. Reckless driving can result in up to 90 days in prison and/or a fine of up to $1,000, but according to TMZ, the comedian will only have to complete a handful of punitive requirements in order to move past the accident. In addition to the community service, which he could do at the New York City Fire Department—where his father worked before passing through the 9/11 attacks, no less—Davidson must attend 12-hour traffic school and visit the morgue to see for himself the consequences of reckless driving.
Davidson was driving with his girlfriend W onesies onesies onesies Co-star Chase Sui Wonders when he lost control of his Mercedes, driving over the edge of the road and taking out a fire hydrant before crashing into a house. No one was hurt, and the police determined that no drugs or alcohol were involved.
Earlier this summer, Davidson entered rehab for what sources described as a routine mental health “tuning.” Looking to the Future, his semi-autobiographical Peacock series, popkiss, He’s set to return for a second season, while plotting to turn the doomed ferry he bought with Colin Jost into something of a New York attraction.