Shia LaBeouf is no stranger to the US justice system. Two years ago he appeared before a judge at the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse in a disorderly conduct case. Photo: ReutersShia LaBeouf is no stranger to the US justice system. Two years ago he appeared before a judge at the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse in a disorderly conduct case. Photo: Reuters
Shia LaBeouf is no stranger to the US justice system. Two years ago he appeared before a judge at the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse in a disorderly conduct case. Photo: Reuters

Shia LaBeouf apologises for racist tirade during arrest for being drunk at hotel in US South

Transformers star, 31, tweets he has been publicly struggling with addiction for ‘far too long’ and calls his behaviour in Savannah, Georgia, a new low. ‘I hope I can be forgiven for my mistakes,’ tweet read

Shia LaBeouf is no stranger to the US justice system. Two years ago he appeared before a judge at the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse in a disorderly conduct case. Photo: ReutersShia LaBeouf is no stranger to the US justice system. Two years ago he appeared before a judge at the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse in a disorderly conduct case. Photo: Reuters
Shia LaBeouf is no stranger to the US justice system. Two years ago he appeared before a judge at the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse in a disorderly conduct case. Photo: Reuters
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