Michelle Mootreddy, who broke into Pete Davidson’s New York City home, has been deemed unfit to stand trial and placed in a psychiatric facility. The Staten Island District Attorney confirmed that Mootreddy will receive treatment and regular evaluations to determine whether or not she is able to return and participate in her defense. Mootreddy was charged with burglary, stalking, criminal trespass, and harassment after she allegedly snuck into Davidson’s home and sent him unwanted gifts along with a fake press release stating that they were married.
Pete Davidson’s stalker, Michelle Mootreddy, has been deemed unfit to stand trial and placed in a psychiatric facility for treatment and evaluation.
Pete Davidson will have to wait longer to see his stalker behind bars, as Michelle Mootreddy, who broke into the comedian’s New York City home in March 2021, has been deemed “unfit to stand trial” and placed in a psychiatric facility. The Staten Island District Attorney confirmed that Mootreddy “will receive treatment and regular evaluations to determine whether or not she is able to return and participate in her defense.”
Mootreddy was arrested in March 2021 after allegedly sneaking into Davidson’s Staten Island home. According to police sources, she knocked on the door, and Davidson’s mom answered before telling her to leave. However, Mootreddy did not take no for an answer and snuck in through a side door. When police arrived, Mootreddy allegedly told them she had “a telepathic love connection” with Davidson.
In addition to breaking and entering, Mootreddy was accused of sending unwanted gifts and issuing a fake press release stating that she and Davidson had tied the knot. An attorney for the comedian told Page Six at the time that the marriage news was “completely false.” Mootreddy was subsequently charged with burglary in the second and third degree, two misdemeanor counts of stalking, and two misdemeanor counts of criminal trespass and harassment. A judge also ordered Mootreddy to stay away from Davidson and his family.
Davidson has not commented on Mootreddy’s placement in psychiatric care. The comedian has been the target of various stalkers over the years, and he has been open about his struggles with mental health. Davidson has also received criticism for his dating life, as he has been romantically linked to several high-profile celebrities, including Ariana Grande and Kate Beckinsale. Despite the negative attention, Davidson has continued to work on “Saturday Night Live” and recently filmed the sequel to “The Suicide Squad.”