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Woman charged with stalking 'SNL' star Pete Davidson

Pete Davidson has not commented on the arrest

Pete Davidson has not commented on the arrest of a woman claiming to be his wife. Credit: Sipa via AP / Ron Adar / SOPA Images

A woman who claimed she was the wife of comic Pete Davidson was arrested and charged with several crimes including stalking, harassment, criminal trespassing and trespassing, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Police told the entertainment publication that they had arrested Michelle Mootreddy, 24, of the Bronx at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday and booked her on those charges, which include third-degree trespassing and two counts of stalking. TMZ earlier that day posted a report that Mootreddy allegedly entered Davidson's home in the Annadale section of Staten Island uninvited. The police investigation is ongoing.

On Tuesday, Mootreddy issued a news release claiming that she and the "Saturday Night Live" performer were married. Mootreddy also claimed that she and Davidson started a digital entertainment company called Bodega Cats Presents.

The comedian's lawyer told Vanity Fair that the release is a fake and that Davidson, 27, does not know her.

Neither Davidson nor his agent have commented on the situation.

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