Actor Shia LaBeouf has apologised after a video emerged of him abusing two police officers.
The Transformers star was arrested in the foyer of a hotel in the US state of Georgia in the early hours of Saturday morning.
He’s since been charged with obstruction, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.
He says he’s “deeply ashamed” of his behaviour and that he’s “taking steps” towards sobriety.
Savannah-Chatham Police says it started when the actor walked up to a member of the public and a police officer and asked for a cigarette.
According to a statement, when they refused he became “disorderly, using profanities and vulgar language in front of the women and children present”.
“He was told to leave the area and refused, becoming aggressive toward the officer. When the officer attempted to place LaBeouf under arrest, LaBeouf ran to a nearby hotel.
“LaBeouf was arrested in the hotel lobby, where his disorderly behaviour continued.”
Video of the arrest has since been shared online, where the actor repeatedly swears at the officers and accuses them of being racist for “arresting [him]for being white”.
He goes on to yell “I’ve got more millionaire lawyers than you know what to do with” and tells a black officer that he will “go to hell”.
In his apology the actor says he “makes no excuses” for what he did.
“I don’t know if these statements are too frequent, or not shared often enough,” he says.
“But I am certain that my actions warrant a very sincere apology to the arresting officers, and I am grateful for their restraint. The severity of my behaviour is not lost on me.
“My outright disrespect for authority is problematic to say the least, and completely destructive to say the worst. It is a new low. A low I hope is a bottom.
“I have been struggling with addiction publicly for far too long, and am actively taking steps toward securing my sobriety and I hope I can be forgiven for my mistakes.”
It’s not the first time the actor has been arrested this year.
In January he was detained after a confrontation at his anti-Donald Trump art installation in New York.
The project, a 24-hour live stream called He Will Not Divide Us, encouraged members of the public to say those words into a camera outside the Museum of the Moving Image.
The museum later said the site had become “a flashpoint for violence”.
Source: BBC Newsbeat