A woman who falsely claimed she had married Pete Davidson in a press release a couple of weeks ago was arrested Thursday for trespassing at the comedian’s home on Staten Island.
According to Page Six, the woman, Michelle Mootreddy, first showed up at the “SNL” star’s Annadale property at around 3:30 p.m. and knocked on the door, police said.
Davidson was not home at the time, but his mother answered the door and told Mootreddy to leave, law enforcement officials said.
Shortly after that encounter, Mootreddy walked around the property on the side of the home and entered through the back door.
The woman told cops who arrived on the scene that she has “a telepathic love connection” with the 27-year-old comedian, but they arrested her anyway.
Mootreddy was charged with criminal trespassing and two counts of stalking. She was also hit with two violations, including one for harassment of the star.
Mootreddy made news a couple of weeks ago after a widely circulated press release falsely claimed she had married Davidson and started a production company with him.
Pete, through his attorneys, denied the claims made in that press release at that time.
“Not a word of it is true,” Davidson’s attorney said in a statement to Page Six.
“Mr. Davidson has no idea who this person is. We are investigating and considering all legal and equitable remedies,” the statement continued.