Gary Busey is denying being inappropriate with several woman, claiming the sexual assault allegations levied against him are "made up."
On Tuesday, Aug. 23, TMZ posted a paparazzi video in which Gary said he doesn't regret what allegedly happened during the recent Monster Mania convention in New Jersey.
"I don't carry any regret with me ever," he said.
Gary was charged with two counts of criminal sexual contact, one count of criminal attempt/criminal sexual contact and one count of harassment. According to one woman, Gary allegedly put his face close to a woman's breasts and asked where she got them, TMZ reported. He also tried to unhook her bra, she claimed. A different woman said Gary grabbed her buttocks. Further, a man alleged that Gary also grabbed his daughter's butt.
Still, Gary claims that "none of that happened."
In trying to paint the picture of that day, the Oscar-nominated actor said he was in a room with several woman for "10 seconds." Other witnesses were also in the room, Gary said, and he argued that those people will vouch for his innocence.
"They made up a story that I assaulted them sexually, and I did not," he said in the new video. "Nothing happened, nothing. It was all false."
The "Lethal Weapon" star is set to be arraigned on Aug. 31.