Shia LaBeouf He has a way to drop the charges in the battery case and petty theft … as long as he keeps his nose clean for next year.
The “Honey Boy” star appeared in court on Thursday and was placed in a judicial transfer program, which sets several conditions he must meet in order for misdemeanor charges to be dropped.
Here are the boxes that the Shia should check over the next 12 months … Attend a special anger management therapy at least once a week, and continue to monitor alcohol, and there are no attempts to use or acquire a weapon, no attempts to use force or violence
TMZ broke the story … a Shiite and a man got into some kind of verbal quarrel before the alleged altercation Physically turning Back in June. And when the dust subsided, our sources said … the Shiites took the man’s hat and left.
The reason for the verbal altercation was unclear, but the man filed a police report, and the policemen decided in the end that the Shiites were the assailants. The case was eventually handled by a Los Angeles City attorney, who indicted the actor for battery misdemeanor and petty theft.
The Shi’a were also ordered to move 100 yards from the alleged scene, and he had to stay 100 yards from the alleged victim, whom he could not contact.
The court will check the progress of the Shia in 3 months, and if he is a good boy for the next year then the charges will be dropped. However, if he erred, the Shi’a could face trial.