Sullivan served 38 days in jail and is currently on a two-year-probation term after getting caught trying to trade meth for sex during a law enforcement sting last November. The sting was caught on undercover videotape.
Attorneys with the Colorado Attorney General's office have filed a motion this week asking the court to order a mental health evaluation because of concerns over Sullivan's prior dangerous sexual behavior.
"...dangerous sexual conduct when combined with illicit drug use serves a as a key basis for the Probation Deparment's need to have the defendant evaluated.....so that the Probation Department has a stronger grasp of the complex issues which surround and influence the defendant," the motion reads.
Sources tell 9Wants to Know Sullivan has been refusing to undergo a mental health evaluation.
A court date has been set next November so attorneys can argue over if Sullivan really needs an evaluation.
Last month, 9Wants to Know reported Sullivan violated his probation because he was having a relationship with someone that he used to pay money to. Sullivan's probation was never revoked.
Sullivan continues to pass drug tests and comply with other terms of his probation.
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