Liza Minnelli's rep sent a DVD of the 1972 film version of “Cabaret” to Shia LaBeouf after his bail.
Shia LaBeouf was sent to jail for disturbing the theoretical performance of Broadway's musical show "Cabaret" at Studio 54 on last Thursday. However, LaBeouf was released Friday morning on a bail of $2,500.
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His bail in not the only thing which happened this weekend. Liza Minnelli's rep also sent a DVD copy of a 70's film version of "Cabaret" to LaBeouf on Friday. Liza Minnelli worked in this hit 1972 flick. It was Bob Fosse that won 8 Oscars.
According to a report of Page six, Minnelli’s longtime representative, Scott Gorenstein, sent this DVD copy to LaBeouf after his bail.
“I figured he may want to find out how it ends,” said Gorenstein.
Shia LaBeouf was arrested by the NYPD after he started causing mayhem during the theoretical performance of Broadway's musical Show "Cabaret" at Studio 54.
The production of Cabaret was taking place in NYC when this incident took place. The show took place on Broadway and featured Michelle Williams and Alan Cumming. When Shia started getting all riled up, he was firmly taken into custody and led out of Studio 54.
28-year-old LaBeouf was sitting in the audience when he suddenly started disturbing the show. He was loud and obnoxious and creating quite a stir with his rough and tough hooliganism. He was also smoking inside the theater.
When he was asked to leave, he refused and started threatening the people. That was when the police had to step in and handcuff him. Three charges have been brought against him. But he was released on his own recognizance and a bail of $2,500 on Friday morning.
Liza Minnelli is a good friend of Alan Cumming. She is also going to perform with Cumming for a series of concerts this summer. And it looks like she wants to tell Shia how to behave. That might be the reason behind sending LaBeouf the "Cabaret" DVD. We hope that Shia will learn a lesson from it this time at least.