Grease actor Eddie Deezen has been found incompetent after breaking into a nursing home in April.
A commitment warrant obtained by TMZ Monday deemed Deezen, 65, unable to stand trial for an unspecified mental disorder.
He was transferred to the Maryland Department of Health for treatment.
The document reportedly states that the actor, who played geek Eugene Felsnic in the 1978 film musical and its 1982 sequel, poses a danger to himself and others around him. He will remain under the care of the health department until the court determines that he no longer poses a threat.
Deezen was arrested in Maryland on April 9 for burglary, two counts of trespassing and disturbing the peace, his criminal record showed at the time, seen by Vidak For Congress.
However, the prosecutors allegedly changed the charge to assault and disorderly conduct.
Police told TMZ that the “Polar Express” voice actor had made his way to a private nursing facility and refused to leave. He also allegedly attempted to break into a patient’s room before being thrown out and arrested on the premises.
Deezen was previously arrested at a Maryland restaurant in September 2021 after allegedly throwing plates and food at police officers.
He was charged with second-degree assault, disorderly conduct and trespassing for that calamity.
Before that, Deezen was involved in another incident at an eatery where he was accused of harassing a waitress after telling his crush on her via Facebook.
“Eddie Deezen is from CREEP who comes to work at least once a week, calls and asks other servers for my schedule, and if he comes in and I’m not wearing makeup, HE LEAVES,” the waitress, Kara Lashbaugh, wrote on Twitter in June 2021 with screenshots of Deezen’s all-caps posts about her. “And this grown old man has the balls to put this on Facebook about me. I’m going crazy.”