Andy Dick has been set free after paying a $60,000 bail following his arrest on sex charges for reportedly grabbing a security's crotch and kissing a male bar-goer at Huntington's Rum Runners.
Troubled comedian Andy Dick has been released on $60,000 bail following his arrest on sex charges on Saturday, January 23. The "Road Trip" star was detained in Huntington, West Virginia in the early hours of Saturday morning and arraigned later that day on two counts of felony sexual abuse.
Dick was in the state to perform three dates over the weekend at the Funny Bone comedy club and restaurant in Huntington - and the manager of venue, Tom Schaeffer, has confirmed he paid the comic's bail. The charges relate to Dick's evening out at Huntington's Rum Runners bar after he allegedly grabbed a security guard's crotch. He is also facing allegations he kissed a male bar-goer without invitation.
Dick, who is currently on three years' probation after pleading guilty to drug possession and battery in October 2008, is due back in court on February 2. The star's lawyer tells TMZ.com his client "is stunned by these allegations" and he is "strongly denying any criminal conduct."