‘Grease’ Actor Eddie Deezen Arrested For Burglary, Trespassing in Nursing Home
‘Grease’ Actor Eddie Deezen
Arrested for Burglary, Trespassing …
Allegedly Burst into Nursing Home
4/14/2022 12: 50 AM PT
Actor Eddie Deezen found himself behind bars earlier this month … after cops say he was arrested for forcing his way into a nursing home.
According to the Maryland State Police, Eddie — best known for playing nerdy Eugene Felsnic in the original ‘Grease’ movies — pushed his way inside a privately-owned nursing facility on April 8 and refused to leave after a woman inside told him to scram.
Cops claim that Eddie tried to force his way into one room before getting the boot. However, the woman claims that Eddie refused to leave the property and was arrested when officers arrived.
Police claim that Eddie was at the location earlier in the day. They were told skedaddle, but Eddie returned that night and that’s when they called police. According to the victim, Eddie had been at her home several times before and claimed that he often leaves behind items along with notes.
A neighbor who lives just a few doors from Eddie’s house claims that his security camera also shows him approaching his home that night. He claimed that he was watching TV with his girlfriend when he heard something outside. He then saw Eddie trying to open the front doors. So he called the police.
Eddie was involved in a bizarre situation last year … when a Maryland waitress accused him of being a creep and harassing her … Deezen went on social media and accused her of cyberbullying.
Eddie was also arrested last year at a Maryland restaurant, with cops saying he refused to leave after causing a scene and chucked plates at police during the incident.
People who claim to be close to Eddie shared a Facebook update, claiming that he is having health issues and that his family is doing everything they can to help him.
Eddie remains in police custody.
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