Shia LaBeouf’s ‘Cabaret’ Disorderly Conduct Case to Be Dismissed in 6 Months if He Avoids Trouble
Shia LaBeouf, his nice suit, rattail and eyebrow piercing showed up to court today (March 20, 2015) for his disorderly conduct case, where he was met with good news.
Because of his good behavior, Judge Ann Scherzer of Manhattan’s criminal court told him that she’s prepared to drop the charges against him. If he avoids arrest for the next six months and stays on the same track, his case will be dismissed and sealed.
Following his June arrest at Broadway’s revival of Cabaret at Studio 54 in New York city, in which he disturbed the performance and actors (notably he grabbed Alan Cumming’s butt) and cursed at security guards (screaming, amongst other things, “Do you know who the f*** I am?”), LaBeouf has completed his alcohol treatment program.
He’s kept up his good behavior since the last time he appeared in court, and is scheduled to appear back in court in September 2015.
“I have confirmed there have been no new arrests,” assistant district attorney Alyssa Russell said.
His attorney Robert Gage added, “Shia has done a terrific job and we appreciate the court’s recognition of that.”
Last September, LaBeouf plead guilty to two counts of disorderly conduct, one count of trespassing, one count of criminal trespass and harassment in the second degree, and was ordered to undergo continued alcohol treatment.
It’s now speculated that he and longtime girlfriend Mia Goth are engaged, as Goth was spotted wearing a ring on that finger a couple of weeks ago.