LaBeouf pleads guilty to disorderly conduct charges

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Shia LaBeouf has worked out a plea deal in a disorderly conduct case from June, when he disrupted a Broadway performance of “Cabaret.”

In a New York courtroom Wednesday, Shia LaBeouf admitted he was guilty of disorderly conduct in one of several episodes of strange behavior over the past few years.

The actor who has been in treatment for alcohol problems since his June arrest, pleaded guilty in a plea deal that keeps him out of jail and also won’t involve any probation — as long as he stays in treatment for an additional three months and out of trouble for six months.

At the end of the six month period, LaBeouf’s guilty plea will be withdrawn and the case will be dismissed.

This all stems from a bizarre incident June 24, while LaBeouf was in a Manhattan theater watching Alan Cumming and Michelle Williams in a revival of “Cabaret.”

The former “Transformers” star started smoking cigarettes, yelling at the actors on stage, disrupted the performance and swore at security guards as he was escorted out of the theater.


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