Shia LaBeouf Arrested For Disrupting Broadway Musical

Shia LaBeouf wasn’t on stage last night but he was the main attraction. The actor was arrested for disorderly conduct during a performance of Cabaret.

LaBeouf was reportedly disruptive during the first act of Cabaret. He was eventually kicked out of Studio 54 and arrested for disorderly conduct and criminal trespass.

The police said in a statement: “The incident occurred at Studio 54 during Cabaret at around 9 p.m [ET]. He was acting disorderly, yelling and being loud, and is currently being held at the Midtown North police station … He will be taken to jail tonight and will then have to appear in court.”

LaBeouf has had a strange year. After several bizarre incidents, including plagiarizing, sky writing, a strange piece of “I am sorry” performance art, and about 10 million Twitter gaffes, the actor denounced his fame. Yes, LaBeouf is “not famous anymore.”

The actor may not be famous anymore but he still manages to grab headlines.

Details about Shia LaBeouf’s arrest are still coming out. Here’s a video from the AP that features some witnesses recounting the incident.

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