Porn star Ron Jeremy's sex crimes trial paused for psychiatric evaluation

Jeremy has been in 1,700 X-rated films since the 1970s.


Pornography star Ron Jeremy has had his sex crimes trial paused until he undergoes a full mental health evaluation, according to Global News.

The adult film star, accused of multiple sex crimes, was reportedly "too incoherent" to proceed with the critical hearing at a Los Angeles court Thursday.

Stuart Goldfarb, Jeremy's lawyer, told Judge George Lomeli that his client was seemingly confused and could not recognize his own lawyer prior to the hearing.

"I was just up in the cell where he was being kept, and I tried to get his attention unsuccessfully," Goldfarb told the judge, according to Rolling Stone.

"He was unable to determine who I was and wouldn't accommodate both myself and the bailiff to fit into the wheelchair to come down here. I don't think he should be forced to come down here under these circumstances."

Jeremy has been in 1,700 X-rated films since the 1970s and has been the subject of criminal allegations within the industry.

Last year, Jeremy was indicted on 30 counts of sexual assault involving 21 women and girls across more than two decades. 12 of these counts were rape, including a charge for sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl in 2004.

Jeremy pleaded not guilty to all allegations and is now scheduled for a mental health competency hearing in April.


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