UPDATE: Shia LaBeouf was released from custody early Friday, and has a court date slated for July 24; keep it right here on Radar for new developments in this story, as they occur.
Actor Shia LaBeouf had quite the Thursday night, getting booted from a Broadway show, arrested on multiple charges, and telling police officers “I’ll f**k you up,” calling one a “f*g” in a station house blowup, Radar reports.
Here’s how it all went down: The Transformers star was "disruptive during Act 1" of “Cabaret" at Manhattan’s Studio 54, a show spokesman said, in cursing and making a scene, then was kicked out at the musical’s intermission.
Police in New York City said the “incoherent” and “very agitated” 28-year-old Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull star was subsequently taken into custody in connection with disorderly conduct and criminal trespass. At Studio 54, the Disturbia actor was smoking and smacking playgoers at the venue on their rear ends and back of heads.
Police said that as they approached LaBeouf, he fell down. While in custody at the Midtown-North station, insiders told the NY Post, the Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps star had to be placed into a mask after he began spitting toward cops on duty when he was upset they wouldn’t take his handcuffs off.
He told them, “F–k you, I’ll f–k you up,” and called one a “f*g” in his extended diatribe, sources told the paper.