Shia LaBeouf Explains Drunken ‘Cabaret’ Arrest To Jimmy Kimmel: ‘Fury’ Star Comes Clean About Alan Cumming, The World Cup & Jail [VIDEO]

By Kyle Dowling (k.dowling@musictimes.com) | Oct 14, 2014 11:42 AM EDT
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If you find yourself being a Shia LaBeouf hater then you might very well change your opinion by the end of the below video. Last night, the Transformers star stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to discuss his new movie Fury, which also stars Brad Pitt, but really all he seemed to do was talk about that oh, so talked about drunken arrest during a showing of the Alan Cumming-starring Cabaret Broadway show from a while back.

And who is the blame for him going to jail? Well, other than himself, apparently both whiskey and the World Cup.

Once taking to the seat, host Jimmy Kimmel started the interview off with a bang, saying, "You seem to have gone crazy since the last time I saw you. Is that correct?" The Fury lead immediately responded with a witty, "It does seem that way, doesn't it?" What followed was a near seven-minute explanation – and a totally entertaining one at that – about what went down the day Shia LaBeouf was arrested outside the Broadway musical Cabaret.

So, how does this happen? Check out the video below to see!

The Kimmel appearance hasn't been the only stop LaBeouf has been making to promote Fury and talk up some of the recent occurrences in his life. Just last week, the actor stopped by Ellen Degeneres' daytime talk show Ellen and noted the "existential crisis" he went through.

Watch that here:

So, is the actor cutting out all of the wild behavior and focusing on his career? Or will we see another "crisis" along the way?

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