Shia LaBeouf apologizes for racist tirade during arrest | Inquirer Entertainment

Shia LaBeouf apologizes for racist tirade during arrest

/ 09:27 AM July 13, 2017

In this Nov. 30, 2016 file photo, Shia LaBeouf arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of “Man Down” at ArcLight Cinemas Hollywood. LaBeouf has apologized for a racist tirade against officers who arrested him for public drunkenness over the weekend in Savannah, Ga. The actor wrote in a statement posted on Twitter Wednesday, July 12, 2017, that he has been publicly struggling with addiction for what he was said was “far too long.” AP/INVISION FILE PHOTO

LOS ANGELES  — Shia LaBeouf has apologized for a racist tirade against officers who arrested him for public drunkenness last weekend in Georgia.

The actor wrote in a statement posted on Twitter Wednesday that he has been publicly struggling with addiction for what he said was “far too long.” He called his behavior a new low and attributed it in part to his complete disrespect for authority.

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The statement, which was confirmed as legitimate by LaBeouf’s publicist, asked for forgiveness and said the actor was taking steps to get sober. He did not elaborate.

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LaBeouf’s apology came hours after celebrity website TMZ posted video taken while the actor was being booked when he accused police of being racist and told a black officer he was going to hell.

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