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Gary Busey charged with intercourse offenses at Monster-Mania

Gary Busey charged with intercourse offenses at Monster-Mania

Police within the Philadelphia suburb of Cherry Hill mentioned Saturday that the 78-year-old Busey was charged the day earlier than with felony sexual contact and harassment.

CHERRY HILL, N.J. — Actor Gary Busey has been charged with sexual offenses at a New Jersey fan conference this month.

Busey, 78, was charged Friday with two counts of fourth-degree felony sexual contact, one rely of tried felony sexual contact and one rely of harassment, Cherry Hill police mentioned Saturday.

The costs stem from offenses on the annual Monster Mania Conference on the Doubletree Lodge on Aug. 12-14 in Cherry Hill, a Philadelphia suburb, police mentioned.

Busey, who lives in Malibu, California, was scheduled as a featured visitor for all three days of the occasion.

Police didn’t instantly reply to a message in search of particulars. It additionally wasn’t clear whether or not Busey has an legal professional to touch upon the fees, and a consultant did not instantly return a message in search of remark Saturday.

Busey is broadly often known as a personality actor, largely in supporting roles, although he got here to consideration and was nominated for an Oscar for greatest actor for taking part in the title function within the 1978 movie “The Buddy Holly Story.”

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