For actor Shia LaBeouf, the sixth time is a charm.
The anti-Trump moonbat, 31, was arrested for public drunkenness and disorderly conduct in Georgia early Saturday morning. It was LaBeouf’s sixth arrest since 2005.
LaBeouf recently filmed the movie “The Peanut Butter Falcon” in Savannah, Georgia, and was photographed urinating into the ocean on nearby Tybee Island (see below).
Police said LaBeouf was arrested at 4 a.m. ET in Savannah on July 8 after approaching someone on the street for a cigarette. When the person said no, police say Shia began swearing in front of a woman and her children and got aggressive after being told to leave.
When a police officer tried to arrest Shia, he ran into a nearby hotel, where he was arrested in the lobby. LaBeouf was later released at 11 a.m. ET on a $7,000 bond, the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office said.
LaBeouf was previously arrested for public intoxication in Texas in 2015 and for drunk driving in California in 2008. In 2014, LaBeouf pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct after an outburst at a Broadway performance of “Cabaret.” The actor agreed to undergo treatment for alcoholism after that incident.
LaBeouf was most recently arrested in January 2017 after assaulting a man at his anti-Trump “He Will Not Divide Us” display at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens, New York.
Shia had pledged to keep the anti-Trump exhibit on display 24 hours a day for the next four years, but it got shut down shortly after his arrest. LaBeouf then moved the display to other locations around the United States and abroad, where it got shut down again for various reasons.
This is another sad chapter in Shia LaBeouf’s young life, which has been punctuated by humiliating outbursts fueled by alcohol and drug abuse.
A successful child actor, LaBeouf was once a promising movie star who appeared in the blockbuster “Transformers” franchise and bedded his beautiful co-star Megan Fox.
Shia is yet another sobering reminder that fame and fortune does not bring happiness. Or common sense.
Check out Shia’s mugshot collection over the years and the Twitter reaction to his latest arrest.
What if shia labeouf gets arrested so many times that they put him on house arrest and then he starts spying on his neighbors
— Kevin Gjyrezi (@Gjy19rezi) July 8, 2017
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