Shia LaBeouf is not playing around when it comes to the cash loan he gave to his uncle.
The Transformers actor won a judgement in February for the $800,000 owed to him by uncle Barry Saide, but now LaBeouf, 27, is asking for another $193,100.87 in a new court filing obtained exclusively by RadarOnline.com.
In the April 8 filing, LaBeouf's attorney asks for a 5% interest rate on the nearly million dollars owed from the time of the loan in Jan. 2011 to April 2012, and then a 9% interest rate thereafter — amassing a total judgement of nearly $200,000.
As Radar previously reported, despite the Feb. judgement in LaBeouf's favor, Saide appealed the ruling in March and is asking the judge to overturn it.
But LaBeouf is determined and wants his money back!
When LaBeouf originally lent his uncle the money, Saide agreed to pay it back in 15 installments of $53,333, but he never did and that's when the actor took legal action in New York.
The grand total that LaBeouf is now seeking from his uncle is $993,100.87.