Shia LaBeouf Found Guilty of Obstruction and Disorderly Conduct Following July Arrests


Shia LaBeouf will indeed see repercussions after his July arrest in Georgia after a shocking series of videos showed him drunk and acting in a totally disrespectful way towards police officers and the people around him in general.

According to ET, LaBeouf already pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct and he has been now found guilty of obstruction. He was not found guilty of public drunkenness. He will pay a $1,000 fine, will be placed on 12 months probation and ordered to attend anger management counseling. Finally, he will have to complete a drug and alcohol evaluation within 30 days.

Back in July, a very drunk LaBeouf was arrested in Savannah, Georgia after becoming belligerent and disorderly after failing to bum a cigarette off a random person and police officer. LaBeouf then got somewhat aggressive with the officer and was arrested. In the inevitable videos that surfaced in the days after, the full ugliness of LaBeouf’s behavior came into focus. His rants at the officers who arrested him, and later at the police station, were racist.

After the videos went public, LaBeouf issued a public apology via Twitter. I have been struggling with addiction publicly for far too long, and I am actively taking steps toward securing my sobriety and hope I can be forgiven for my mistakes,” he wrote.

This isn’t the first time LaBeouf has been in trouble with the law over despicable behavior. He was hit with a whopping $5 million dollar lawsuit after fighting with a bowling alley bartender who refused to serve him because he was already too drunk.

LaBeouf’s lawyer, Doug Andrews, maintains the actor is not an alcoholic.

Source: Complex

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