The comedian has split up from his latest girlfriend, following whirlwind romances with several A-list women.
The King of Staten Island is single again.
Pete Davidson and girlfriend Chase Sui Wonders have called it quits after a year of dating, a source confirms to Page Six on Thursday.
“He’s single again,” an insider told People, who first reported the news. “He’s out and about and doing really well.”
The news of the Bodies Bodies Bodies co-stars’ split comes nearly two months after Page Six exclusively reported that Davidson, 29, checked himself into rehab after struggling with borderline personality disorder and PTSD.
At the time, a source told us that Wonders, 27, was sticking beside her beau while he was in rehab.
Insiders said in June that the Generation star and her family were very supportive of the former Saturday Night Live comedian during his rehab stay.
Wonders and Davidson first sparked dating rumours in December, when they were spotted together on several occasions, including at a Whole Foods, a Rangers game and a late-night rendezvous at the comedian’s apartment.
The following month, the Bupkis co-stars were seen showing PDA during a romantic getaway to Hawaii.
In photos at the time, the couple could not keep their hands off of each other and Davidson was even seen grabbing Wonders’ butt during the tropical vacation.
In April, Davidson and Wonders were photographed snuggling together at the afterparty for the New York City premiere of their comedy, Bupkis.
Though they kept mum about their relationship, the Out of the Blue actress got candid about her “very sacred” romance with Davidson.
“We talk about everything,” she told Nylon magazine in May, “and we are very open with each other about everything, and it feels like what’s happening in our relationship is very sacred.”
Davidson was previously linked to several A-list women, including Ariana Grande, Kim Kardashian and Emily Ratajkowski.
Wonders, for her part, dated Riverdale actor Charles Melton.
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