Shia LaBeouf Gets Pulled Over While Driving His Chevrolet Silverado

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Shia LaBeouf was seen getting pulled over while driving his Chevrolet Silverado truck the other day, after he took a short detour at Giorgio Armani in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles. It’s good to see he had the drinking issues under control now since last time he was driving under the influence and got caught the Fury actor received a one year driving ban.
So things have been quite shaky with the 28-year actor’s public image lately. He first had those drinking problems, being charged with disorderly conduct and criminal trespass at New York’s Studio 54 theater, back in June. In the arrest report was stated that the Transformers actor spat at arresting officers, while also using homophobic slur and swearing at the cops.

Then, there’s the November incident, when LaBeouf claimed a woman “stripped [his] clothing and proceeded to rape him”, something related to the controversial Nymphomaniac movie we guess. The latest scandal that brought negative attention towards the Fury actor, was his appearance in a Sia’s Elastic Heart music video late last year, in which he wore a nude bodysuit while wrestling a 12-year-old girl in a cage, which he later said he was sorry for.

All these considered, we’re sure the last thing LaBoeuf needs is another DUI incident, like the 2008 one. After all, there has to be a reason Shia’s father is still keeping his Ford F-150 (that was totaled at the crash) he was driving when he got hit by another driver who passed a red light. Even though it appeared it wasn’t his fault, police officers found that the actor was smelling of alcohol, which is why he later had his license suspended for a year.

However, as far as we can tell even though he got a ticket, the officers left him move forward this time.
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