Former Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos's son Adam has been ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation and possible treatment, according to newly released official documents.
Adam Skelos who along with his father had his corruption charges overturned in September of 2017 will be retried on the same charges in June.
Manhattan federal Judge Kimba Wood revised the younger Skelos' bail conditions siting the substance abuse problems and behavioral issues he incurred while attending high school and college.
The court also showed concern for Skelos' mental health due to the collapse of his marriage and the strain of raising two autistic sons.
Adam and Dean Skelos were convicted in 2015 on corruption charges after Dean Skelos allegedly used his political power and influence to secure his son high paying, no-show jobs.
Adam Skelos was initially scheduled to serve 6 and half years in prison after his 2015 conviction.