In a bizarre twist to the phony narrative concocted earlier this week, heralding the non-existent union of Pete Davidson's marital bliss and the launch of his imaginary production company, the grim reality unfolds. TMZ reveals a disturbing tale of law enforcement detaining a woman who boldly trespassed into the Staten Island residence of the Saturday Night Live luminary. Michelle Mootreddy, the alleged perpetrator behind the baseless press release, apparently sauntered through an open side door and brazenly claimed a spot at Davidson's kitchen table. While the comedian himself was absent, a relative present on the premises promptly dialed 911.
Notably, Mootreddy is the same individual responsible for disseminating the fictitious press release earlier, announcing the phantom production company named Bodega Cats Presents and her alleged nuptials with Davidson. Davidson's attorney vehemently refuted the claims, stating unequivocally that every aspect of the press release was a fabrication. The attorney affirmed Davidson's ignorance about Mootreddy's identity and declared an ongoing investigation with a determination to explore legal recourse.
As of March 19, the New York City Police Department discloses that Mootreddy faces a litany of charges, including criminal trespassing, trespassing, stalking, and harassment. A police report obtained by Vulture further unravels a disturbing pattern of behavior, dating back to the end of October. Mootreddy allegedly inundated Davidson with numerous letters and packages while persistently intruding on his home. In the latest incident, she reportedly declared, "I'm here for Pete. Pete told me to come here," upon entering his residence. Davidson's mother, Amy Waters, confronted Mootreddy and demanded her departure, to which she callously responded, "I sent him packages."
Following the arrest, Mootreddy faces a formidable array of charges, including Burglary in the Second Degree, Burglary in the Third Degree, Criminal Trespass in the Second Degree, Criminal Trespass in the Third Degree, Stalking in the Third Degree, Stalking in the Fourth Degree, Trespass, and Harassment in the Second Degree. The legal proceedings include supervised release, and comprehensive protection orders have been issued against the audacious trespasser. The unfolding saga paints a disturbing picture of obsession and intrusion into the private life of a public figure.