Shia LaBeouf pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct on Wednesday for disrupting a performance of “Cabaret” in Manhattan in June.
The actor appeared at Manhattan Criminal Court in New York City without any incident. He admitted his guilt over an incident at Studio 54 and was charged with criminal trespassing and two counts of disorderly conduct.
Witnesses say Shia LaBeouf walked through the theatre in a ripped shirt, smoked inside the venue, and chased a homeless man outside. When police tried to arrest the actor, he reportedly spitted at them and yelled: “Do you know who the f**k I am?”
Judge Diana Boyar ordered LaBeouf to complete six months of alcohol rehabilitation treatment. Shia has already been into rehab for the last three months, so he’s half-way there. If he maintains good behavior, the criminal charges will be removed from his file. Shia goes back to court on November 12 for a compliance hearing.
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