Embattled actor Gary Busey was photographed with his pants down in a public park a day after he was charged with groping several women at a horror movie convention in New Jersey.
According to The Daily Mail, Busey, 78, was spotted at a Malibu, California lookout point with his pants around his knees on Saturday. The “Point Break” actor, wearing a shirt from the film, reportedly sat down on a bench, took out his phone, and pulled down his pants. He put a hand in his uncovered lap, then lit a cigar.
Gary Busey was spotted sitting in a California park today with his pants down smoking a cigar after being charged with groping three woman at a convention in NJ. pic.twitter.com/U9HPiuV7O6
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The bizarre act comes a day after Busey was charged for crimes he allegedly committed at the “Monster-Mania” convention in Cherry Hill, New Jersey last Friday. He was arrested for groping multiple women during a meet and greet at the Doubletree Hotel event.
A statement from the Cherry Hill Police Department detailed that the “Lethal Weapon” actor was arrested on two counts of criminal sexual contact in the 4th degree, one count of criminal attempt/criminal sexual contact, and one count of harrassment at the convention, which ran from Aug. 12 through Aug. 14.
Police told The Philadelphia Inquirer that they received “multiple complaints” about the actor’s conduct during an autograph signing, and that his arrest was “about contact. It was about touching.”
A reporter at Fox Philadelphia tweeted that “police expect they may get even more women to come forward after the initial charges have now become public.” He also noted that another celebrity at the event appeared to have “helped have Busey thrown out” of the convention.
Monster-Mania’s promoter said that he made sure Busey “was removed from the convention and instructed not to return,” in a statement through his attorney.
The “Under Siege” actor, who has appeared in more than 180 films and television shows throughout his lengthy career, was in a 1988 motorcycle accident that fractured his skull and caused permanent brain damage, which is believed to have contributed to his history of erratic behavior.