Actor Pete Davidson and his girlfriend Chase Sui Wonders crashed their car into a Beverly Hills home, causing a teenage girl inside to feel traumatised. The couple had just returned from holiday in Hawaii when the accident occurred after midnight. The homeowner said the car struck the living room, penetrating the exterior wall and causing a window to pop out of its frame.
Pete Davidson and Chase Sui Wonders crashed their car into a Beverly Hills home, leaving a teen traumatized but uninjured, and the homeowner has no plans to sue the actor but will allow insurance to handle the case.
Over the weekend, Pete Davidson and Chase Sui Wonders were involved in a car accident that left a 16-year-old girl “a bit” traumatized after the couple crashed their car into her Beverly Hills home. According to TMZ, the teenager was home alone reading when the “Saturday Night Live” star drove his Mercedes-Benz into the side of the house, causing a loud sound that made her believe it was an earthquake. The vehicle struck outside the living room, penetrating the exterior wall and causing a window to pop out of its frame, but fortunately, the girl was left uninjured.
The father of the teenager stated that his daughter was shaken up by the incident, but an apology from the couple helped smooth things over. Despite this, he has no plans to sue Davidson and will allow the investigation to conclude before handing the case over to insurance, who will then likely go after the actor. Cops also confirmed that Davidson had been driving “at a high rate of speed” before jumping a curb in the Flats neighborhood. He also hit a fire hydrant and skidded across the front lawn before slamming into the corner of the house.
A spokesperson for the police refused to provide further details because the department’s investigation is ongoing. Both Wonders and Davidson were uninjured, and neither has publicly spoken about the accident. The couple had just returned from a vacation to Hawaii before the incident occurred. The pair co-starred in the 2022 horror-comedy film “Bodies Bodies Bodies” and were said to be getting serious, according to a source who spoke to Page Six last week. “They’ve been friends a long time, and this romance grew out of friendship,” the source added.
It remains to be seen what the outcome of the investigation will be, and whether Davidson will face any charges or legal action from the insurance company. Until then, the incident serves as a cautionary tale about the dangers of driving at high speeds and the importance of being aware of one’s surroundings, as accidents can happen in the blink of an eye. It’s fortunate that no one was hurt in this instance, but it’s a stark reminder that accidents can happen to anyone, even celebrities like Davidson and Wonders.