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Gary Busey was charged with sex crimes on Friday by police in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
Resident of Malibu, California attended the Monster Mania convention in mid-August, where the police department responded to a report of a sex crime.
Busey, 78, is charged with two counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual contact, one count of attempted fourth-degree sexual assault and one count of harassment, according to a news release.
A news bulletin from the Cherry Hill Police Department emphasized that the investigation is still ongoing.
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A representative for Busey did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
The news release said the crime occurred at the Doubletree Hotel on Route 70, near where the convention was held. More details of the crime are not reported in the release.
Busey is known for his role in “The Buddy Holly Story”, which earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor.
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In 1966, the Texas native left Tulsa, Oklahoma to pursue a musical career as a drummer in Los Angeles. His band “Karas” eventually disbanded, and that’s when he began his acting career.
Busey began acting in the films “Gunsmoke” and “Baretta”. Busey co-starred with his son Jake in the 1978 film The Right Time.
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He appears in movies like Point Break, Under Siege, The Firm, Predator 2, and Slap Shot 2.