Pete Davidson will likely perform 50 hours of community service related to a reckless driving charge in California after an agreement was reached for the "Saturday Night Live" star to fulfill the requirements set forth by a judge.
The 29-year old actor and comedian's lawyer said he will likely do his community service with the New York City Fire Department, reports The New York Times.
“As the son of a 9/11 hero, we would be happy to provide Mr. Davidson an opportunity to do his required community service," FDNY spokeswoman Amanda Farinacci told Audacy's 1010 WINS about Davidson, whose father Scott was a firefighter killed while responding to the 9/11 terror attacks at the World Trade Center.
Davidson was slapped with the misdemeanor in June by the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office, which said that Davidson crashed a Mercedes-Benz into a house in Beverly Hills after losing control of the vehicle.
Davidson, who was driving with his girlfriend and "Bupkis" costar Chase Sui Wonders, was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol, officials said. No one was injured, either.
A judge earlier this month placed Davidson, who pleaded not guilty, into an 18-month diversion program.
According to the terms set forth, Davidson must pay restitution, attends 12 hours of traffic school, and visit a hospital and a morgue to learn about victims of reckless driving.