Leif Garrett is set to head to court on February 24 after police caught him for suspicion of drug possession earlier the same month.
Former teen star Leif Garrett is facing a drug possession charge following an arrest in Los Angeles on Monday morning, February 1. The singer/actor, who shot to fame at the age of 15 with his 1970s single "I Was Made for Dancin'", was busted by cops at a train station and taken into custody on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance.
The 48 year old was released from jail on Wednesday morning, February 3 and is due to answer the charge in court on February 24, reports TMZ.com.
It's not the first time Garrett has found himself in trouble with the law - he served 90 days behind bars in 2006 when he was found in possession of heroin and sedative Quaalude.