Actor Shia LaBeouf Arrested on Public Drunkenness, Disorderly Conduct Charges

Actor Shia LeBeouf left stands in front of a livesteam camera with the words'He will not divide us on a wall outside New York's Museum of the Moving Image

Saturday morning's arrest is just the latest in a string of legal troubles that have dogged Shia LaBeouf in recent years, many of which have been related to his misuse of alcohol.

A report on TMZ mentioned that the actor was taken into custody by police early morning on Saturday, in Savannah. His booking record shows his bond was set at $7,000.

LaBeouf is now in Savannah filming The Peanut Butter Falcon.

LaBeouf became agitated when he wasn't given a cigarette and began to use profanities and vulgar language near women and children who were present in the area.

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Eventually he was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct, public drunkenness and obstruction, and booked into the Chatham County jail, authorities said.

In January, he was arrested after a scuffle outside a NY museum where he was chanting, "He will not divide us", during a live-streamed protest against President Donald Trump.

"When the officer attempted to place LaBeouf under arrest, LaBeouf ran to a nearby hotel."
Details of his arrest have yet to be revealed and his reps aren't responding to requests for comment. LaBeouf was then taken into custody as his disorderly behavior continued. This is not the first time that the actor was arrested on charges of being drunk in public. He was also arrested outside a performance of the musical "Cabaret" in 2014 - which prompted him to enter rehab - and again in 2015 for running through the streets of Austin, TX drunk.

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