Last February, Shia LaBeouf allowed visitors at a Los Angeles art exhibition to enter a private room with him and do whatever they wanted while he kept his reactions to a minimum. Now he says one woman raped him during her time in the room.
Shia LaBeouf is (kind of) sorry for his recent outbursts. See what he says he was dealing with at the time and how he’s now coping in healthier ways.
Mercurial actor Shia LaBeouf reached a plea agreement today over his June arrest following a meltdown at Studio 54 in New York City. Get deets on the deal that seems like a pretty good one for the Transformers star.
At around 9:30 p.m Thursday night during a Broadway performance of Cabaret, actor Shia LaBeouf was arrested for creating an aggressive disturbance. The acting out did not stop once he got in handcuffs, he was put in a face mask after he threatened officers and wouldn’t stop spitting.
If you’re in Los Angeles, you can go meet and greet Shia LaBeouf during his new #IAMSORRY exhibition. Just be prepared that the conversation only goes one way: Shia just sits with a bag over his face unless you ask him to remove it.
Actor Shia LaBeouf continued his unpredictable public shenaniganry in Berlin earlier today where he was in attendance to “help” promote the premiere of Lars von Trier’s Nymphomaniac, Volume 1. In addition to arriving on the red carpet sporting a brown paper bag over his head with eyeholes cut out and his new slogan, “I AM NOT FAMOUS ANYMORE,” written in black letter across the front, Shia also attended a Q&A session with his co-stars during which he answered his first question with a quote about sardines before abruptly departing. Keep reading for the brown bag special pics and a video clip of a rather rough looking Shia’s departure from the panel discussion.