Shia LaBeouf Pleads Guilty After Broadway Disruption, Might Have a Secret Jogging Code
By Jackie Willis
Shia LaBeouf went before a Manhattan judge on Wednesday and pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct after he disrupted a performance of Cabaret this summer.
His publicist claims the incident was a result of an alcohol problem and LaBeouf has since gotten help.
It was agreed by the court that if the Transformers actor remains in treatment for three months and doesn't cause any further trouble for six months, he will be able to withdraw his guilty plea and the case will be dismissed. This is because disorderly conduct is considered a violation and not a criminal offense.
Meanwhile, the 28-year-old might be talking in code using his running routes on Nike+. After weeks of zero tweets, LaBeouf returned to the social networking world on Monday with automated tweets from his Nike+ app. "I just ran 1.83 mi with Nike+. #nikeplus," one message reads.
What's raising eyebrows are the routes shown on LaBeouf's app. As pointed out by other sites, on Sept. 3, the running path sort of looks like a hashtag while on Sept. 4, he seems to be forming the letter "M" with his running. Another route on the 4th spells out the letter "E."