He posted bond that same day on condition that he stay at the Silver Linings Personal Care Home in Stapleton, Ga., court records show.
On Aug. 9, Bailey left the facility without permission for a medical appointment and "engaged in activity other than at a doctor's office," according to records.
Superior Court Judge Carl Brown Jr. revoked Bailey's bond Tuesday as a result. He ordered Bailey to be immediately committed to the Department of Behavioral Health Forensic Unit in Augusta. Brown ordered the facility to determine whether Bailey is competent to stand trial, his degree of criminal responsibility and whether he suffers from mental illness or retardation.