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‘Grease’ Actor Eddie Deezen Arrested For Burglary, Trespassing in Nursing Home

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Actor Eddie Deezen was arrested earlier this month for allegedly forcing his way into a nursing home, according to investigators.

Eddie shoved his way inside a privately-owned care facility on April 8 and refused to leave after a woman inside advised him to scram, according to the Maryland State Police. Eddie is best known for portraying geeky Eugene Felsnic in the original ‘Grease’ film.

Eddie almost pushed his way into one of the rooms before being kicked out, according to cops, but she claims he refused to leave the premises and was apprehended when authorities arrived.

Eddie had been at the location earlier in the day and had been warned to leave… but Eddie returned that night, and police were summoned. Eddie has come by her house numerous times previously, according to the claimed victim, and he generally leaves behind goods with accompanying messages.

A neighbor, who lives a few houses down from where he was nabbed, alleges that his security camera saw him approaching the home that night. He said he was watching TV with his fiancée when he heard something outside and observed Eddie trying to unlock the front door on video, prompting him to contact the authorities.

Cops say Eddie’s charged with fourth-degree burglary, two counts of trespassing and one count of disturbing the peace.

Last year, Eddie got himself into a strange predicament when a Maryland waiter accused him of being a creep and harassing her… Deezen accused her of cyberbullying on social media.

Eddie was previously detained last year at a Maryland restaurant, when he allegedly refused to leave after raising a commotion and throwing dishes at officers.

People who say they’re close to Eddie shared an update on Facebook, claiming he’s battling issues and his family is doing all they can to help him.

Eddie is still in police custody.

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