TRANSFORMER STAR SHIA LABEOUF ARRESTED IN GEORGIA FOLLOWING DISORDERLY CONDUCT CHARGE

TRANSFORMER STAR SHIA LABEOUF ARRESTED IN GEORGIA FOLLOWING DISORDERLY CONDUCT CHARGE

Shia Labeouf picture posted in social Media Vs his picture from police station in Savannah, Georgia
Shia Labeouf picture posted in social Media Vs his picture from police station in Savannah, Georgia
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The transformer star Shia Labeouf has arrested and taken under the control of police officers in Georgia following the charges of disorderly conduct charge as well as public intoxication early Saturday morning of 9th of June after his harsh behavior among the public as well as the police officers.


Shia Lebeouf, 31 was in Savannah, Georgia for the shoot of his independent movie. "The Peanut Butter Falcon". During this period, before the starting of dawn of Saturday, Lebeouf was found in  the bustling City Market neighborhood in Georgia. According to the police, there he seem to have approached a bystander and a police officer. Then he stated them to ask for a cigarette. The policeman of Savannah released a statement saying, "When LaBeouf wasn't given a cigarette, he became disorderly, using profanities and vulgar language in front of the women and children present," Furthermore, when the police officers started to ask him to leave, he became aggressive towards officer and really bad stuffs to the officer. With all the enough misbehavior of the Labeouf, when the officer started to arrest him, he simply ran into a hotel lobby.

Later after much effort, he was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, public drunkenness and obstruction, and booked into the Chatham County jail, authorities said. But he had been finally released from the jail after few hours. Ever since, there has been no sign of Labeouf

This has been the first time Shia Lebeouf has been arrested in the recent time. This must be his third time of arrest. His first arrest happened in 2014, when he had disturbed a musical performance "Cabaret" on Broadway in New York, which led to him pleading guilty to a disorderly conduct violation and receiving outpatient care for addiction. Later in year in January, he was yet again arrested, when he was among the group of protesters shouting "He will not divide us."
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