Shia LaBeouf had a “scary” time in jail after he was forced to wear a ‘Hannibal’ mask and lead jacket.
The 28-year-old actor spent 24 hours in jail after being arrested for disorderly conduct in June, but the star insists his stint in custody felt like “forever” after he had a restraint mask, similar to the one worn by cannibal character Hannibal Lecter in crime thriller ‘Hannibal’, put on him.
He said: “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.”
After being taken to the police station following his arrest while he was watched a Broadway performance of ‘Cabaret’, Shia spat on an officer, which he has now issued an apology for after admitting it was a big mistake.
Speaking on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’, in an interview to be aired today, the ‘Fury’ actor said: “I [did] spit on a cop. That’s a no, no. I’m sorry if you’re watching dude I’m sorry. That was crazy, man.”
Probation if he had treatment for another three months and stayed out of trouble for six.