Transformers actor Shia LaBeouf's "He Will Not Divide Us" livestream will continue despite his arrest, the museum hosting it says. Although LaBeouf has simply called the project "anti-division", it began on Donald Trump's Inauguration Day and is planned to last the duration of Trump's presidency. When a white supremacist made a decision to show up over the weekend with the hopes of chanting some racist bullshit into the camera, LaBeouf shut him down by screaming "He will not divide us" into his face until he left. According to TMZ, "Cops tell us a guy walked in front of the mounted camera and said something - possibly regarding Trump - but whatever it was, Shia got pissed". Everybody be nice down here. Per ABC News, the fight took place off-camera, but someone can be heard saying, "He hit me", after which someone else replies, "He didn't hit you ..." Pro this, pro that.
"How are we going to make this s-t OK to be a Nazi out here?"
According to Navarro, LaBeouf was not jailed.
NEW YORK (AP) - Actor Shia LaBeouf has been arrested after he allegedly got into an altercation with another man outside a New York City museum.
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It is unclear what the man said that upset LaBeouf.
A video taken from the performance showed LaBeouf being collared about 12:30 a.m. However, it's not clear whether or not this is the incident for which the actor was arrested.
Earlier this week, Shia made headlines after he shouted down an alleged white supremacist who was trying to disrupt Shia's project's "he will not divide us" chant.
"There will most likely be some form of assault charge, but [LaBeouf] has not been charged with anything yet", Pisano said. He hopped a green cab directly back to the protest, once again appearing in front of the live camera and celebrating his release, while no longer wearing the NYPD sweatshirt. Bustle has reached out to a rep and an attorney for LaBeouf, but did not receive a response at the time of publication.