“Just Do It” Shia LaBeouf Attending Therapy, Avoiding Jail Time
Shia LaBeouf attending therapy was ordered to him by a judge following battery and theft Charges if he doesn’t want to spend time behind bars.
To get his misdemeanor charges dropped, The “Just Do It” actor needs to follow several conditions including visiting a therapy at least one session a week.
It is confirmed that LaBeouf was charged with two misdemeanors for stealing a man’s hat in an altercation that turned into a physical conflict.
Shia LaBeouf may avoid major consequences in his 2020 battery and petty theft case if he gets some help and stays out of trouble.
If he does exactly as he’s ordered to, the charges will be dismissed. Otherwise, he would face trial. The court will check in with Shia when he appears again in court three months later.
Shia LaBeouf Attending Therapy, Is He going to jail?
On Thursday, May 26, a judge ordered Shia LaBeouf to attend therapy and anger management classes due to his petty theft and battery case which happened last summer.
According to sharing details, the 34-year-old actor was ordered to complete a judicial diversion program so that he can be dropped from the charges, stemming from misdemeanor battery and petty theft charges.
It’s been considered several conditions for LaBeouf to complete which include wearing a SoberLink device, continuing random alcohol testing, and participating in a 12-step program to remain sober.
The “Transformers” star has also ordered to avoid using force or violence, not own or possess any weapons.
The judge ruled that Shia has to remain 100 yards away from the victim and is not even allowed to look him in the eye. He also has to remain 100 yards away from the location of the confrontation.
He still hasn’t made any public comments on the current case. We just have to wait to see if he will be able to keep his cool for the year.
What You Need To Know About Shia LaBeouf
Shia Saide LaBeouf is an actor, performance artist, and filmmaker. He is mostly known for starring in the “Even Stevens” series aired on the Disney Channel.
This is not the first time that our star gets in trouble. He has faced more legal issues before. It was in December 2020 when his ex-girlfriend, FKA Twigs, sued him over his alleged abusive behavior.
In February 2021, he denied every allegation in Twigs’ lawsuit and claimed his alleged actions were, as it is exactly being quoted, “reasonably necessary for his self-defense and safety.
“I am not cured of my PTSD and alcoholism. but I am committed to doing what I need to do to recover, and I will forever be sorry to the people that I may have harmed along the way,” He said.