Shia LaBeouf attracts summer duds as he cycles through LA door

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Shia LaBeouf attracts summer duds as he cruises LA on a bike… after news, his charges could be dropped if he stays out of trouble

Shia LaBeouf looked ultra relaxed as he rode his bike through LA on Tuesday.

Embracing summer vibes, the Honey Boy actor, 34, donned an aloha shirt and khaki shorts to get sushi.

Continuing the cold look, he sported a bushy beard and sleek back locks brushing his shoulders.

Cruiser: Shia LaBeouf looked relaxed as he cycled through Los Angeles on Tuesday

The Even Stevens star seemed happy to continue his business after learning that some of his recent criminal charges could be dropped if he stays out of legal trouble over the next year.

according to TMZ, the Peanut Butter Falcon star appeared in court last Thursday and was “placed in a judicial diversion program,” meaning if he adheres to the requirements, his felony and petty theft charges will be dropped.

Shia was charged in October with an alleged altercation with a man over the summer that ended with stealing the man’s hat and walking away from the scene.

LaBeouf was facing a felony over the alleged incident, but under the terms of the diversion program, the slate will be wiped clean.

Summertime: The Honey Boy actor, 34, embraced summer vibes, donned an aloha shirt and khaki shorts to get sushi

Summertime: The Honey Boy actor, 34, embraced summer vibes, donned an aloha shirt and khaki shorts to get sushi

According to TMZ, Shia should “take private therapy at least once a week for anger management, continue his alcohol control, no attempts to use or obtain a weapon, and no attempts to use force or violence.”

If Shia meets those conditions over the course of 12 months – and stays 100 meters away from the man from the incident – all will be forgiven.

In three months’ time, the court will examine how things are going in the context of the judicial diversion program.

Prior to his most recent law enforcement encounter, Shia has had several other collisions in the past and was previously arrested for a busy scuffle in New York City in 2017.

Staying out of trouble: Even Stevens star seemed happy to move on with his business after learning that some of his recent criminal charges could be dropped if he stays out of legal trouble over the next year.  He was seen above in February 2020

Staying out of trouble: Even Stevens star seemed happy to move on with his business after learning that some of his recent criminal charges could be dropped if he stays out of legal trouble over the next year. He was seen above in February 2020

That same year, he was also arrested for disorderly conduct in Savannah, Georgia, when he became aggressive toward a police officer he had asked for a cigarette.

In 2014, he was arrested after disrupting a performance of the musical Cabaret on Broadway in New York.

He pleaded guilty to a disorderly conduct and subsequently received outpatient care for alcohol addiction.

That same year, Shia spoke to Interview magazine and admitted, “I’ve been going through an existential crisis.”

According to the star, his behavior and drug and alcohol use, as well as acting, were his way of escaping.

Not clear: Shia's ex FKA Twigs - who dated the actor for almost a year - recently sued him for sexual assault, assault and inflicting emotional distress

Not clear: Shia’s ex FKA Twigs – who dated the actor for almost a year – recently sued him for sexual assault, assault and inflicting emotional distress

Recently, Shia’s ex FKA Twigs – who had dated the actor for nearly a year – charged him with sexual assault, assault and inflicting emotional distress.

The lawsuit filed in December 2020 alleges that he knowingly gave her an STD and abused her several times during their relationship.

In response, Shia has “denied any and every allegation of violence by the artist and wants her to pay his legal fees after blaming him for “relentless abuse.”

The former couple met on the set of the film Honey Boy in 2018 and were in a relationship for nine months, splitting in May 2019 due to “conflicting work schedules.”

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