Actors Pete Davidson and Chase Sui Wonders were involved in a single-vehicle car accident in Beverly Hills this weekend, though they were both unharmed, according to reports.
Officers were responding to calls about an accident at 11:12 p.m. Saturday in a residential area of Beverly Hills near the intersection of Rodeo Drive and Elevado Avenue, said Lieutenant Reginald Evans, a spokesman for the Beverly Hills Police Department.
Officers found a wrecked dark-colored four-door Mercedes-Benz and a damaged city fire hydrant, Evans said. No injuries were reported in the accident and no arrests have been made.
Police declined to name the occupants, but TMZ, who was the first to report the collision, and New York Post reported the involvement of the actors.
As investigators worked to determine the cause of the crash, Evans said they believe speed may have been a factor.
Representatives for Davidson and Wonders did not immediately respond to The Times’ requests for comment.
Water from the broken fire hydrant shot into the air, the geyser-like stream rising higher than a nearby streetlight, according to footage from the scene. Firefighters rushed to shut off the hydrant as water rained down on them.
TMZ obtained photos of the crash site showing damage to the side of a house. A trail of tire tracks along the house’s lawn leads to cracked wood paneling and shredded shrubbery.
Davidson and Wonders, who starred together in the 2022 comedy horror filmBodies Bodies Bodies’ have been spotted together on several public outings in recent months, including last month at the Daytona 500 NASCAR race in Florida and the NFL Pro Bowl in Hawaii. However, neither of them has publicly confirmed that they are dating.
Davidson was previously attached to model and author Emily Ratajkowski whom he was reportedly dating late last year after breaking up his legendary relationship with Kim Kardashian West.
Wonders broke out as a cast member of the HBO high school drama, “Generation,” which was canceled in 2021 after its first season. She stars in the upcoming Apple TV+ crime drama, “City of Fire”, an adaptation of Garth Risk Hallberg’s 2015 novel of the same name.