LeBeouf Bar Brawl
Shia LaBeouf was handcuffed after a bar brawl early Saturday morning, but released without charges being filed. RadarOnline.com reported that a fight started outside of Mad Bull’s Tavern in Los Angeles after a bar patron used a gay slur against the actor.
The guy, Mark Mastro, had initially approached Shia, asking if he’d take a picture with his girlfriend, but Shia refused. Later that night they were on the patio, when they saw Shia and his crew leaving the bar. One of Mark’s friends said, quote, “What’s up, Shia?” And Shia, who was SMASHED, replied, quote, “Get the *bleep* out of my way.” That’s when Mark called Shia a gay slue and chaos ensued.
After police arrived on the scene, both fighters were handcuffed, however neither wanted to press charges so they were both released. Mad Bull’s Tavern owner Richard DiSisto told Usmagazine.com, “It was just boys being boys. Things got really out of hand and it didn’t have to go down the way it did. No one needed or should have gotten hurt, things could have been dealt with in an entirely different way.”
This isn’t Shia’s first run in with the law:
In 2007, he was arrested for drunken trespassing in a Walgreens; in 2008, he was arrested for illegally smoking and, later in the year, for seeming impaired and refusing a breathalyzer test after a car crash that crushed his hand.