COMEDIAN Pete Davidson was granted a court-ordered protection from the woman who pretended to be married to the SNL star while trespassing on his property.
Michelle Mootreddy, who was charged with burglary, stalking, criminal trespassing and harassment, has been barred from contacting the actor or the three other people who live at his Staten Island, New York home – or from showing up at their places of employment.
She was arraigned on Friday and charged with two counts of burglary, which are both considered felony charges, according to TMZ. The rest are misdemeanors.
Mootreddy snuck in through an open side-door at Davidson's home on Thursday and took a seat at his kitchen table.
Davidson was not home when Mootreddy entered, but a family member was and the police were called, TMZ reported.
It comes after Mootreddy had sent out a bogus press release claiming she had married Davidson and started a production company with him.
But the star’s lawyers were forced to send out a statement debunking the release.
Davidson’s attorney told Page Six: "Not a word of it is true.
"Mr Davidson has no idea who this person is.
"We are investigating and considering all legal and equitable remedies."
In the phony announcement, Mootreddy claimed she and Davidson were childhood friends, married and launched Bodega Cats Presents.
On the bogus production company’s website, which has since been deleted, Mootreddy claims to have graduated from the University of Rochester in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in political science.
The site said she started the scam company with Davidson “to increase diversity & belonging in the entertainment industry by curating experiences that have a cultural & social impact”.
Pete's spokesperson declined to comment on Mootreddy's unwanted visit to his home.
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