Last week, Dominic Adesanya was dragged from the White House lawn after jumping the fence. On Monday, the Bel Air man once again had to be removed from federal property after an outburst in court.
According to WUSA9, Adesanya was declared incompetent to stand trial by a federal magistrate. On Oct. 22, Adesanya was apprehended after jumping the White House fence and trying to fight off two police dogs.
As he was being dragged from the hearing by U.S. Marshals, he began shouting, “I’m targeted! This is a scheme! This is a trap! Don’t do this to me!”
Adesanya’s father told the Associated Press that his son was diagnosed with paranoia prior to the incident at the White House, and had been found searching the family’s home for cameras on multiple occasions.
Despite the ruling, Adesanya will be held for treatment and evaluation. He will return to court on Dec. 9.
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