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Actor-turned-Performance Artist Shia LaBeouf was arrested early Thursday morning after an altercation during one of his new performance art/protest pieces.

After Drumpf’s inauguration, LaBeouf installed a camera outside the Museum of the Moving Image. He invited others to join him in chanting “he will not divide us” into the camera, which created a live-streaming video. According to the New York Times, “The aim is to keep streaming images of people repeating the words, 24/7, throughout Mr. Drumpf’s time in office”.

Unfortunately, an altercation ensued between LaBeouf and another individual at the performance. This eventually led to his arrest. He was not jailed but will appear in court in April.

LaBeouf was released around 3 AM this morning.

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