Pete Davidson Gets Protection From Fake Wife, She's Charged with Felonies
Pete Davidson just got court-ordered protection from the woman who falsely claimed they were married … because she’s now been charged for allegedly showing up inside his NYC home.
According to new legal docs obtained by TMZ … Pete was granted an order of protection against Michelle Mootreddy, who cops arrested Thursday at Pete’s Staten Island crib. She’s now been ordered to stay away from Pete and 3 other people who live in the home — and she’s barred from contacting them in any way and from showing up at the home or their jobs.
TMZ broke the story … Mootreddy was nabbed by cops in Pete’s house, with police saying she slipped inside through an open side door and took a seat at his kitchen table.
Mootreddy was arraigned Friday and is charged with burglary in the second and third degree, both felonies, as well as 2 misdemeanor counts of stalking, 2 misdemeanor counts of criminal trespass and harassment.
Remember, law enforcement says Mootreddy is the same person who blasted out a press release Tuesday falsely stating the ‘SNL’ star was launching a production company with her after they’d gotten married.
None of the above is true. Pete’s reps told us he doesn’t even know the woman.
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