Not In Treatment: Pete Davidson Celebrates Holidays With Family & Machine Gun Kelly In New Jersey After Suicide Threats

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Dec. 26 2018, Updated 5:36 p.m. ET

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Pete Davidson is currently not in treatment following his suicidal breakdown.

RadarOnline.com can exclusively report Ariana Grande's ex spent the holidays in New Jersey surrounded by family and close friends, including rapper Machine Gun Kelly.

According to photos viewed by Radar, Davidson, 25 resurfaced in Red Bank, New Jersey on Christmas Day alongside his mom, Amy, and little sister, Casey. The comic and his family celebrated at a female relative's home.

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In the photos, the tragic star's mom was spotted cooking in the kitchen, while he appeared to be smoking a clove cigarette indoors, with another tucked behind his ear.

The comedian was also spotted with his natural brunette hair after sporting a platinum blonde dye job in recent months. In another photo viewed by Radar, Davidson even cracks a smile with a male relative.

Radar reported Pete's co-workers at Saturday Night Live were "worried sick" about the comedian earlier this month when he wrote on Instagram that he wasn't sure how much longer he would be able to stay alive. He has previously been open about his stints in rehab for drug use and his diagnosis of borderline personality disorder long before his split from Grande.

Hours after the scary encounter unfolded, Davidson made a quick appearance on SNL. Several outlets reported that producer Lorne Michaels planned to help the troubled star seek treatment.

But treatment does not appear to be the case just yet. In addition to being surrounded by several cousins on December 25, Davidson was also celebrating with friend Machine Gun Kelly.

Days before Christmas, he joined the rapper in Ohio for one of his concerts.

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