Shia LaBeouf charged after theater outburst, criminal complaint says

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Who can forget the time he put a paper bag on his head that read "I AM NOT FAMOUS ANYMORE"? Or when he was forced to apologize for plagiarizing parts of his short film?

Now, Shia LaBeouf's been escorted from a Broadway theater in handcuffs for allegedly yelling obscenities.

LaBeouf, 28, was watching Alan Cumming and Michele Williams in a "Cabaret" revival Thursday night. According to the criminal complaint, a security guard saw LaBeouf stand up in the middle of Act 1 and "yell loudly at the actors onstage." When LaBeouf was asked to leave, he refused, according to the complaint. "Do you know who the [expletive] I am? Do you know who I am?" the actor is said to have bellowed.

He was arraigned on five counts of disorderly conduct, criminal trespass and harassment. His next court date is July 24.

-- AP

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