The entertainer Gary Busey has to deal with penalties of criminal Intimacy and badgering.

Occurrences that happened at a thriller fan show in New Jersey, the police said on Saturday.

The charges were documented on Friday after the specialists answered reports of an Intimacy offense at the show,

Mr. Busey, 78, who lives in Malibu, Calif., was planned to be a highlighted visitor at the occasion, which occurred from Aug. 12-14 at the Doubletree Hotel in Cherry Hill, a Philadelphia suburb.

Mr. Busey was accused of two counts of fourth-degree criminal Intimate contact, and one count of fourth-degree endeavored criminal Intimate contact

Mr. Busey was accused of two counts of fourth-degree criminal Intimate contact, and one count of fourth-degree endeavored criminal Intimate contact

Mr. Busey, who procured an Oscar selection for his part in the 1978 film "The Buddy Holly Story,"

In 1988, he was gravely harmed in the wake of failing to keep a grip on his bike close to downtown Los Angeles while riding without wearing a cap.

He supported extreme head wounds and went through serious medical procedures.

Mr. Busey has shown up in various films, including "Deadly Weapon," (1987) and "Under Siege" and more.