New photos show the extent of the damage caused to a Beverly Hills home after Pete Davidson and Chase Sui Wonders crashed into it late Saturday night.
Pictures from that night show the exhausted actor wearing a hoodie and blue jacket while talking to officers at the scene and handing over some paperwork.
The 29-year-old looked pale while trying to explain to authorities what had transpired.
According to reports, Davidson lost control of his vehicle after hitting a fire hydrant while traveling at a high speed.
The collision sent the Mercedes flying into the side of residential home right off the intersection.
The car took out some of the home’s siding, causing it to break and push inward with some of the wood panels falling off. The living room window also popped out of its frame.
It appears the “Saturday Night Live” alum also drove over their garden, running over a small tree right before making impact with the home.
The accident seemingly totaled Davidson’s car, leaving the entire left bumper destroyed and shattering the driver-side window and front windshield.
There are still deep tire tracks in the lawn as well as car parts scattered all over the yard that have yet to be cleared since the accident.
Thankfully, the airbags deployed saving the couple from any serious injuries.
However, there was a 16-year-old girl in the home at the time of the crash who has reportedly been left “a bit” traumatized — but uninjured physically.
The teen’s father told TMZ that she had been home alone reading and thought the boom of the crash was actually an earthquake.
Davidson and Wonders, 26, have since issued the family — who decided not to sue the actors — an apology.
While the investigation is still ongoing, Beverly Hills police confirmed that Davidson also damaged city property — the fire hydrant, which spewed gallons of water into the street.
Cops confirmed to The Post that Davidson had been driving “at a high rate of speed” around 11 p.m Saturday night before jumping a curb and then skidding into the home.
Davidson and Wonders, who co-starred in the 2022 horror-comedy film “Bodies Bodies Bodies,” had recently returned from a Hawaiian vacation together in January.
Prior to the unfortunate welcome home, sources told Page Six that the pair, who have been dating for a few months, are “getting serious.”
“They’ve been friends a long time,” the insider shared, “and this romance grew out of friendship.”