Horror film convention promoter speaks after Busey charges

In response to allegations against actor Gary Busey over alleged sexual assaults at an occasion in New Jersey earlier this month.

Following alleged behaviours from August 12–14 at the Monster Mania Convention at the Doubletree Hotel.

The Philadelphia suburb of Cherry Hill, Busey, 78, was charged on Friday with two counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual contact.

In a Facebook post, Monster-Mania Convention claimed that a "famous guest was removed from the convention and ordered not to return" as a result of attendees' complaints.

The business added that behaviour endangering attendees' safety and well-being would not be permitted and "encouraged.

the attendees to contact the police to make a report." The statement read, "Monster-Mania will continue to support the law enforcement in any and every way conceivable."

"It has to do with contact. Regarding the numerous complaints police had received about Busey's behaviour, Lt. Robert Scheunemann told The Philadelphia Inquirer that it was about touching.

An inquiry for information from the police elicited no immediate response. Furthermore.