Teen girl home alone when Pete Davidson crashed car into her house
A teenage girl was home alone when Pete Davidson’s speeding car crashed into her family’s Beverly Hills home – leaving her “a little” shocked and convinced there was an earthquake, according to her family.
Father of 16 years old told TMZ that his daughter was reading a book late Saturday night when the 29-year-old comedian crashed his Mercedes with his girlfriend Chase Sui Wanders, 26, while riding shotgun.
The homeowner said the high-end car — which police said was being driven “at a high rate of speed” — crashed just outside the living room, damaging a wall and knocking a window from its frame, the home’s owner said. said the owner.
The impact was so intense that the teenager was convinced he was in an earthquake, leaving him “slightly” traumatized, his father said.
Fortunately, the girl was not hurt — and the family has no plans to sue the “Saturday Night Live” alum, who immediately apologized to the youngster at the scene, the outlet said.
Father and daughter have not been identified.
Beverly Hills police confirmed to the Post that the car crash also damaged city property — a fire hydrant showed water gushing at the scene — but did not say whether an investigation was underway.
No arrests were made, and sources previously told TMZ that drugs and alcohol are not believed to be a factor.