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Pete Davidson ‘suffers meltdown’ and ‘throws coffee, candles and a TV in his


Pete Davidson allegedly ‘had a meltdown’ on the set of his new series Bupkis on Thursday evening.

The 28-year-old actor, who made a name for himself after seven years on Saturday Night Live, reportedly ‘threw two candles through his trailer and damaged a second truck’s windshield,’ an insider told The U.S. Sun.

‘He also threw coffee on the walls and folded a TV in half inside his trailer,’ the source added.

Rough day: Pete Davidson, 28, allegedly 'had a meltdown' on the set of his new series Bupkis. Pete 'threw two candles through his trailer and damaged a second truck's windshield.' 'He also threw coffee on the walls and folded a TV in half inside his trailer'

Rough day: Pete Davidson, 28, allegedly ‘had a meltdown’ on the set of his new series Bupkis. Pete ‘threw two candles through his trailer and damaged a second truck’s windshield.’ ‘He also threw coffee on the walls and folded a TV in half inside his trailer’

Following the incident, he is said to have ‘been given some time off to get his s**t together and focus on himself.’

The details remain unclear regarding what instigated the outburst, however the star was not seen on set filming on Friday following the outburst.

Kim Kardashian and Pete have ‘remained in contact’ following their August split.

On Monday, a source told Entertainment Tonight that the couple ‘still keep in touch’ after calling it quits on their nine-month relationship.

The couple dated from October of 2021 until August of 2022.

‘It wasn’t a bad fallout or breakup, so things are good between them,’ the source said.

Earlier this week, Davidson seemed upbeat as he was seen smiling alongside his Oscar-winning co-star Joe Pesci in New York City on Tuesday.

Funny guys: Pete Davidson on the set of his new semi autographical series Bupkis that also stars Joe Pesci, 79, who plays the comedian's grandfather

Funny guys: Pete Davidson on the set of his new semi autographical series Bupkis that also stars Joe Pesci, 79, who plays the comedian’s grandfather

The comedic duo was filming the semi-autobiographical series which is take on the former Saturday Night Live star’s real life. It will air in half-hour episodes upon its release.

Photos from the set showed the two actors talking with each other in front of a black sprinter van with a large home as the backdrop along with a few other candid shots.

Pesci, 79, is playing the role of Davidson’s grandfather, and looked sharply dressed in a black jacket over a zipped up sweater with a black fedora hat.

Multiple roles: Davidson, 28, will star in a lead role while also co-writing and executive producing the show

Multiple roles: Davidson, 28, will star in a lead role while also co-writing and executive producing the show

Rare TV role: Bupkis marks the second regular television role of Pesci's career. He starred on TV in a short-lived NBC series, Half Nelson in 1985

Rare TV role: Bupkis marks the second regular television role of Pesci’s career. He starred on TV in a short-lived NBC series, Half Nelson in 1985

Bupkis marks just the second regular television role of Pesci’s career. 

The only other time he starred on TV was in the short-lived NBC series Half Nelson back in 1985. 

The cast of the new series also stars Edie Falco, who’s portraying Davidson’s mother. The actress, 59, is best known for her two big TV roles on Nurse Jackie and The Sopranos. 

Great cast: In the new series, Edie Falco is playing the role of Davidson's mother. The actress, 59, is best known for her two big TV roles on Nurse Jackie and The Sopranos

Great cast: In the new series, Edie Falco is playing the role of Davidson’s mother. The actress, 59, is best known for her two big TV roles on Nurse Jackie and The Sopranos

Since his departure from SNL earlier this year, Davidson has taken part in several…



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