Pete Davidson has entered an 18-month diversion program following his reckless driving charge.
A spokesperson for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office told us that if the comedian complies with certain conditions, there will be no criminal offense on his record.
Under the terms of the program, Davidson must complete 50 hours of community service, attend 12 hours of traffic school and be educated at a hospital or morgue on the possible results of reckless driving.
The Staten Island native will be able to put in his community service hours at the New York City Fire Department, where his father worked before dying in the 9/11 tragedy.
The “Saturday Night Live” alum was slapped with one count of misdemeanor reckless driving last month following his March car crash into a Beverly Hills residence.
Luckily, no one was seriously injured as a result of this collision.
On the night of March 6, Davidson, 29, was driving a Mercedes-Benz at a reported “high rate of speed” when the vehicle jumped a curb, hit a fire hydrant and skidded across a front lawn before slamming into the corner of a house.
Though he and his girlfriend — 27-year-old Chase Sui Wonders, who was a passenger at the time — walked away unharmed.
Pete Davidson must complete 50 hours of community service. Pete Davidson must complete 50 hours of community service