Doug Supernaw, who had several country hits in the 1990s, was ordered by a judge to undergo a psychiatric evaluation after making several unusual claims in court on Tuesday (April 3) in Bryan, Texas. Supernaw told the judge that police agencies ruined his career in music and baseball, that he was given tests to see if he could play baseball and smoke marijuana at the same time and that he had been held hostage in Paris in a "mentally retarded home for terrorists," according to the Associated Press. He was in court due to a misdemeanor charge for avoiding arrest after a confrontation with a police officer. In recent years, he has been charged twice for marijuana possession. His hits include "Reno" and "I Don't Call Him Daddy."