Shia LaBeouf’s Court Case to be Dismissed in Accordance With Good Behavior
Things are looking up for Shia LaBeouf. The actor's disorderly conduct case will hopefully be a thing of the past soon, as he delivered proof of completing his mandatory alcohol treatment program to a judge during a court hearing today (March 20).
According to TMZ, so long as Shia isn't involved in any further alcohol-fueled incidents for the next six months the case will be dismissed.
The case comes from the time he was escorted out of a Broadway theater during a performance of the show Cabaret. He was reportedly acting unruly, yelling at the actors onstage and smoking inside the theater. His bizarre and erratic behavior continued once he was removed from the theater as he allegedly shouted, "F--- you! This is f--ing bull----! Do you know my life? Do you know who the f--- I am? Do you know who I am?" This caused him to be taken into police custody and brought to a police station. He eventually pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, and was ordered into an alcohol treatment program.
Judge Anna Scherzer reportedly told Shia (quote via the New York Daily News), "As long as you stay out of trouble for… six months from today, this case will be dismissed and sealed." The actor appeared at court with an eyebrow piercing, sporting a rattail.
Shia's attorney, G. Robert Gage commented on his good behavior, saying, "Shia has done a terrific job and we appreciate the court's recognition of that."