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Update: Shia LaBeouf Has Been Arrested At His Own 4-Year-Long Live Stream

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Welp, that was fast. Faster than I expected, honestly. You just knew putting a camera in the middle of New York City was only going to attract the super hippie-dippie liberals and racist nazis (and absolutely nobody in the middle). A stunt like this only attracts the extreme, so it’s no surprise that someone’s been arrested.

What’s even less surprising is that the person arrested was none other than Shia LaBeouf himself. Our boy Shia has accumulated quite the rap sheet over the last couple of years but according to witnesses, this one may be the biggest bullshit arrest yet.

via TMZ:

The arrest happened right in the middle of Shia’s “He will not divide us” live stream … which has been going on since President Trump’s inauguration. Cops tell us a guy walked in front of the mounted camera and said something — possibly regarding Trump — but whatever it was, Shia got pissed.

Shia grabbed for the guy’s scarf, and allegedly scratched him in the process. As TMZ first reported … NYPD has been posted up at the protest site since Monday — so officers quickly moved in and busted Shia.  This all went down about 90 minutes ago, and we’re told LaBeouf has not been booked yet … but he’s most likely looking at a misdemeanor assault charge.

Cops tell us a guy walked in front of the mounted camera and said something — possibly regarding Trump — but whatever it was, Shia got pissed. Shia grabbed for the guy’s scarf, and allegedly scratched him in the process. NYPD has been posted up at the protest site since Monday — so officers quickly moved in and busted Shia. Some of his fellow protesters said, “Shia took a hit for us. There were all these Nazis here, he came out and tried to protect us.”

One day, I’m going to be able to tell my grandkids that I was alive during Shia LaBaeouf’s prime. Dude is a factory of the bizarre and I love every second of it.

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