Gary Busey Charged With Sexual Offenses At A  Fan Convention

Actor Gary Busey has been accused of sexual offenses at a New Jersey fan convention this month.

Busey, 78, was accused Friday of two counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual reach, one count of endeavored criminal sexual contact and one count of provocation.

The charges come from offenses at the yearly Monster Mania Convention at the Doubletree Hotel on Aug. 12-14 in Cherry Hill.

Busey, who lives in Malibu, California, was planned as a highlighted visitor for every one of the three days of the occasion.

It likewise wasn't certain whether Busey has a lawyer to remark on the charges, and a delegate didn't quickly return a message looking for input.

Busey is well known as a character actor, to a great extent in supporting jobs.

He stood ready and was selected for an Oscar for best actor for playing the lead spot in the 1978 film "The Buddy Holly Story.”

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