Shia LaBeouf breaks silence on 2017 arrest

Shia La Beouf covers 'Esquire' magazine's April 2018 issue

Shia La Beouf covers 'Esquire' magazine's April 2018 issue

"Shia LaBeouf is ready to talk about it", reads the headline of Esquire's recent profile of the actor - his first interview since he was arrested in 2017 for racially charged, expletive-laced disorderly conduct in Savannah, Georgia.

Gottsagen's effect on LaBeouf became even more powerful when he asked the Hollywood star if he believed in God.

And the "Transformers" actor - who was ejected from a theatre in 2014 for drunken behaviour - admitted his past antics have come back to haunt him as he's struggling to land work now.

At a police station, LaBeouf was caught on camera telling a black police officer that he was "going straight to hell, straight to hell, bro". "I'm a buffoon", the actor said. "Meanwhile, you're chasing energon crystals", LaBeouf said.

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LaBeouf opened up to Esquire for the magazine's April issue and discussed the arrest.

"What went on in Georgia was mortifying", LaBeouf says, reflecting on the incident. White privilege and desperation and disaster ... It came from a place of self-centered delusion... "He goes to the money and pushes to try to get me in the movie, the money says no, and that's the end of me hanging out with Spike Lee for this film". "I f-ked up". "My public outbursts are failures".

"I've got to look at my failures in the face for a while", he continues. "Around the same time, I took my mother to his concert..." West previously praised LaBeouf's threads in an alternate version of the Life of Pablo cut "No More Parties in L.A.", crediting Kid Cudi-who collaborated extensively with LaBeouf during the Man on the Moon II era-for inspiring him to ditch the all-black-everything vibes. "The truth is, in my desperation, I lost the plot". Some guy bumped into my mother's auto with his vehicle in a parking lot, and my head went right to "You need to avenge your mother!" I've always thought somebody was coming in. And finally, "I fucked up". And it just felt fair. He took all my f-cking clothes. So I'm like, "Go for it, my guy".

There is some silver lining as LaBeouf is gearing up to star in the upcoming role of hot-headed tennis legend John McEnroe for the film Borg vs. McEnroe, revealing in the chat that he doesn't enjoy the sport. "Take everything you want'".

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