Pete Davidson pushes back at a fan who repeatedly tries to touch him at a Knicks game in new videos

  • New videos show Pete Davidson pushing a fan who got too close at a New York Knicks game.

  • The star was posing for photos with people at the game when a fan approached him.

  • He put his arms around Davidson, causing the comedian to push him away.

Pete Davidson seemed to have an uncomfortable interaction with a fan recently while attending an NBA game in New York City.

On Sunday, the comedian attended the New York Knicks playoff game against the Cleveland Cavaliers at Madison Square Garden, which the home team won 102 - 93.

The Staten Island native was spotted meeting fans after the win, taking time to pose for photos and videos with other Knicks fans.

But while taking a selfie with one fan, another man approached Davidson and put his arm around him – appearing to say something to the star.

Davidson didn't react at first in the video shared by Twitter user @ImClique, but when the man got closer, the comedian angrily pushed him away.

It's not clear whether the fan said something to Davidson when he approached him, but it looks like he overstepped the star's boundaries while he was already taking pictures with fans.

The "King of Staten Island" and "SNL" star went back to selfies with other attendees, before shaking his head – presumably because of the interaction.

A TikTok video from @Taliamking shows a different angle of the incident, with the older man grabbing Davidson several times and putting his head on the star's shoulder while he was interacting with younger fans.

Representatives for Davidson did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

The actor will next be seen in the Peacock series, "Bupkis," which is briefly based on his life. He'll star opposite the likes of Joe Pesci and Edie Falco.

Surprisingly, the first trailer for the comedy even showed off a brief glimpse of David Howard Thornton, who reprises his role as "Terrifer 2" villain, Art the Clown.

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