Shia LaBeouf Released From Jail

Actor pleads not guilty to disorderly conduct and criminal trespass charges.

Last night (June 26), actor Shia LaBeouf was reportedly handcuffed and escorted out of a production of the musical “Cabaret” in New York City, taken to jail for, “engaging in disruptive behavior.”

As of this morning, LaBeouf has been released, pleading not guilty to disorderly conduct and criminal trespass.

The haggard looking actor reportedly was smoking and yelling during the production of the show, ending in a string of gay slurs before he was escorted out of Studio 54 by six police officers.

LaBeouf has been involved in a series of scandals and stunts over the past few months, ending in him famously declaring himself “not famous.”

Coincidentally (or not), “Transformers: Age of Extinction” also premiered last night, a series LaBeouf appeared in the first three installments of, but not the most recent. Just saying.

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