When last we checked in on left-wing basket case Shia LaBeouf, he had fled the country after his ridiculous “performance art” anti-Trump protest in New York City was closed down by authorities after he attacked bystanders and he was arrested for assault.
Well, now the actor best known for his roles as Indiana Jones’ bastard son in “The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” as well as the “Transformers” movies is back on domestic soil and back in the news for all the wrong reasons.
The obviously disturbed Hollyweirdo was busted for drunkenness and disorderly conduct in Georgia early Saturday morning.
The actor was in Savanah where he was working on the upcoming movie “The Peanut Butter Falcon” which sounds like a real winner at the box office.
— AJC (@ajc) July 8, 2017
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports “Actor Shia LaBeouf allegedly ran from police to avoid Savannah arrest”:
Once again, actor Shia LaBeouf had been arrested on charges of public drunkenness, this time in Savannah.
According to the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office booking log, LaBeouf, 31, was arrested at 4 a.m., Saturday by the Savannah Chatham Metropolitan Police Department. According to Savannah police, LaBeouf tried to bum a cigarette from a bystander and a Savannah police officer in City Market. When neither the officer nor the bystander would give him one, he started cursing and hurling vulgarities in front of other people at the popular tourist destination. The officer told LaBeouf to leave, but LaBeouf got “aggressive” with the officer, according to police.
The officer tried to arrest LaBeouf, but LaBeouf turned around and ran into a hotel lobby. Police chased him and arrested him there.
In addition to being charged with public drunkenness, he was also charged with disorderly conduct and obstruction. His bond was set at $7,000.
In addition to his anger problems related to President Donald Trump, the actor has a history of drunken and bizarre behavior that has led to a variety of legal issues including accusations of sexual assault.
This dude is the prototype Hollywood problem child but it’s nothing that a little bit of electroshock therapy and frontal lobotomy couldn’t fix.