More details have emerged about Shia LaBeouf's wild night at a Broadway performance of Cabaret.
The actor was arraigned in a New York courtroom this morning (Friday) where he pleaded not guilty to charges of disorderly conduct and harassment. LaBeouf was arrested during the first act of Cabaret when he became disruptive and smoked cigarettes. Witnesses say he stood up during the performance and shouted things at the actors. Cops entered the theater at intermission and led him out in handcuffs. Once he got to the police station, he became verbally abusive to police -- spitting at officers and making threats.
According to TMZ, LaBeouf's wild night actually started a few hours before the show when he was seen arguing with a homeless man. A witness says the actor seemed "whacked out" and argued with the man over a hat. Apparently LaBeouf claimed the hat was his and chased the man around the street. After his arraignment, LaBeouf was released and walked to his hotel. He's due back in court on July 24th. (CBS New York)
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