Shia LaBeouf Pleads Guilty to Disorderly Conduct After Cabaret Broadway Show Arrest

Shia LaBeouf leaves a Manhattan court after pleading guilty
Shia LaBeouf pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct in NYC following his arrest during a Broadway performance of Cabaret in NYC on Wednesday, Sept. 10, ABC News reports ACE/INFphoto.com

Shia LaBeouf pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct following his arrest during a Broadway showing of Cabaret in NYC in June, ABC News reports. The Fury actor took the stand on Wednesday, Sept. 10, answering questions about his actions.

"Are you pleading guilty because you are guilty?" Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Diana Boyar asked the 28-year-old star. LeBeouf replied: "Yes, your honor."

The former Disney child star — whose erratic behavior has made countless headlines over the past couple of years — will not face jail time or probation. The guilty plea and case will be dismissed if he completes three more months of his rehab program.

As previously reported, LeBeouf was handcuffed and escorted out of Studio 54 theater in NYC on June 26 after interrupting stars Michelle Williams and Alan Cumming's Cabaret performance. He was charged with disorderly conduct, harassment and trespassing, and later checked himself into rehab for alcoholism treatment.

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