Shia LaBeouf Pleads Guilty to Disorderly Conduct
Shia LaBeouf seems to slowly but surely acknowledge that his current state of mind seems a little confused to outsiders. The Troubled Holes star pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, a New York court heard on Wednesday.
The charges are in relation to an incident which took place at a Broadway show this summer. Shia was charged with criminal trespassing and two counts of disorderly conduct, after disturbing a performance of Cabaret at Studio 54 in June.
According to witnesses, the actor is said to have started yelling at the actors onstage and refused to stop smoking. When the 28 year old was escorted from the theatre, he was heard shouting at security guards "Do you know who I am?" and when he was taken to a police precinct, the fallen star spat at an officer's feet.
This isn't the first time Shia has been in trouble with the police, after addiction issues lead him to be caught driving under the influence.
Under his plea terms, Shia will not remain in custody, however he must complete a treatment program, attend all court appearances and avoid re-arrest for six months.
The actor is said to be receiving treatment for his addictions and is due to return to court on 12 November.