Shia LaBeouf ordered to go to anger management in theft case

Cecilia Nysing

A judge ordered Shia LaBeouf attend therapy and anger management classes in his petty theft and battery case from last summer.

Completion of the judicial diversion program within 12 months would drop the misdemeanor charges against him and would allow the “Tax Collector” star to avoid jail time, the LA City Attorney confirmed to Page Six on Friday.

LaBeouf must complete at least one therapy session a week, which would include anger management. He also must wear a SoberLink device, submit to random alcohol testing and continue to participate in a 12-step program to remain sober.

Judge Ashvanian also ruled on Thursday that the former “Even Stevens” actor must also avoid using force or violence, not own or possess any weapons and turn over any to law enforcement if he does and remain 100 yards away from the victim and have no contact with him, as well as remain 100 yards away from the location of the confrontation, the outlet reported.

Page Six confirmed in October 2020 that LaBeouf was charged with two misdemeanors — petty theft and battery — after he stole a man’s hat in an altercation that turned physical.

The former “Transformers” star faced more legal trouble in December 2020 when his ex-girlfriend FKA Twigs sued him over his alleged abusive behavior. Another ex-girlfriend listed in the lawsuit also alleged that LaBeouf was abusive toward her.

In an email to the New York Times, which first reported the lawsuit, LaBeouf said many of the allegations were “not true” but acknowledged his alcoholism and said he owed the women “the opportunity to air their statements publicly and accept accountability for those things I have done.”

Shia LaBeouf
The “Tax Collector” star is still tied up in a lawsuit with ex-girlfriend FKA Twigs, who claimed he was abusive toward her.

“I am not cured of my PTSD and alcoholism,” he wrote, “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.”

That same month, LaBeouf’s attorney confirmed the actor was seeking “long-term inpatient treatment” for his addictions.

In February 2021, LaBeouf denied “each and every allegation” in Twigs’ lawsuit and claimed his alleged actions were “reasonably necessary for his self-defense and/or safety.”

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