Shia LaBeouf appeared on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Friday to discuss his recent behavior and his little jail stint.
Shia appeared to be doing well, admitting that his abandonment issues in childhood contributed to his acting out.
LaBeouf discussed all the recent drama and laughed off his strange antics with Ellen.
The “Nyphomaniac” star explains, “I went through like an existential crisis. Which turned into some explorations. I had some hiccups, some judgment errors.”
He admits, “Jail was quite scary…I was there for, it felt like forever, I think 24 hours 25 hours…I really went all the way with it, they put a Hannibal mask on me and a led jacket. It was very scary.”
The 28-year old actor even took a moment to publicly apologize to the police officer that he spit on, stating sincerely, “I’m sorry. If you’re watching, dude, I’m sorry. That was crazy, man”.
Shia seems like he is doing well and is no doubt a talented actor.
He was on Ellen’s show to promote his movie “Fury”, which opens in theaters on October 17.
The actor took his portrayal of the character Boyd “Bible” Swan very seriously, even reportedly cutting himself in order to make his wounds appear authentic for the movie.
Shia also revealed he has taken up running to clear his head, running 12 miles per day. Wow!
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