After more than seven months of legal processes, Shia LaBeouf is on track for a final case dismissal after his peculiar disruption at a Broadway theater in June 26 of last year.
While LaBeouf was initially ordered to complete a three-month treatment in California and remain well-behaved for months after, the Transformers and Fury star was charged with further disorderly conduct at his criminal court hearing. This is in addition to the original misconduct counts from his outbursts, smoking, and violence towards police at the June showing of Cabaret at Studio 54.
The latest proceedings were handled by Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Ann Scherzer, who has confirmed the 28-year-old actor’s completion of a sufficient treatment program. She ordered LaBeouf and his attorney G. Robert Gage, Jr. that the actor remain “out of trouble for … six months from today” for the case to be dismissed and sealed, New York Daily News reported.
Prosecutors have confirmed that LaBeouf has stayed out of trouble since his last courtroom outburst, and no new arrests have been made.
After emerging from the courthouse in a dark gray suit and tie with an interesting rat-tail braid and eyebrow piercing, the actor ignored the throng of photographers and reporters before leaving in a black SUV.