Former “Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson found himself in another car accident just months after a peculiar incident in which he crashed his car into a Beverly Hills home.
The incident occurred in the late hours of Saturday evening as Davidson was leaving a stand-up comedy show in Los Angeles. Eyewitnesses reported a minor collision involving his vehicle and a wall, prompting concerns.
A report recently revealed that his “inner circle” is concerned about the state of his health and fear that his friends are “enabling him” and “not being honest with him,” noting he could end up paying the ultimate price.
The “Bupkis” actor crashed his car again on Saturday while leaving a stand-up comedy show at The Wiltern in Los Angeles, Page Six reports.
Eyewitnesses shared that he scraped his car “against the side of a wall while exiting the venue” at around 10 PM, leaving the black GMC SUV he was driving disfigured with swipe marks.
In the aftermath of the incident, eyewitnesses also noted that people didn’t know he was the one driving the SUV, with sources claiming bystanders yelled, “Oh s—, that was Pete!” when he got out of the car. He was in the company of four other unidentified passengers.
Pete Davidson Involved In Second Car Crash Amid Worries About Well-Being From ‘Inner Circle’
Davidson has faced scrutiny in recent months for his road mishaps. In a bizarre turn of events earlier this year, he made headlines when he accidentally crashed his car into a Beverly Hills home with his then-girlfriend, Chase Sui Wonders in the passenger’s seat. Fortunately, no one was hurt in that incident either, and Davidson walked away with his signature wit intact.