Tuesday, April 24, 2018

"Mental health directives"

Can't imagine what this is in reference to. The guy always seemed so stable.
Santa Monica prosecutor Autumn Rindels said in an email that Scurlock entered the plea to a charge known as lewd and dissolute conduct in public. He was ordered to serve one year of summary probation and "ordered to follow all mental health directives, including mental health counseling and taking all prescribed medication," Rindels said in an email.

Rindels did not elaborate on the mental health order, but said there was "not an official mental health determination associated with this case." Scurlock could been sentenced up to a year in jail.
At least it's not official. That would be way up on Tom Benson's level. 

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