Shia LaBeouf appeared in New York court today for a probation compliance hearing following the 28-year-old actor's Sept. 10 guilty plea to charges of disorderly conduct, stemming from his arrest at Studio 54 earlier this summer during a showing of Cabaret.
The Fury star, who sported a clean-shaven face as well as a navy suit, was in court with his attorney Robert Gage, who submitted proof of LaBeouf's probation compliance after the actor was ordered by a judge in September to complete six months of outpatient alcohol rehab.
LaBeouf showed that he has been successfully receiving treatment at The Hills Treatment Center in Los Angeles and, per the terms of his plea deal, his record will be wiped clean if he has no new arrests for the next six months.
"Shia has done a terrific job of complying with his program and we appreciate the court's recognition of that," Gage tells E! News.
According to reports, Shia remained silent and refused to speak to a throng of reporters as he exited the Manhattan courthouse. He is due back in court on March 20 when his adjournment in contemplation of dismissal agreement will be reviewed by the judge.
LaBeouf made headlines for his bizarre behavior in June when he drunkenly attended a Broadway performance of Cabaret, where he was arrested after he was seen smoking cigarettes inside the theater and being disruptive.
Following his arrest, LaBeouf, per NBC News, told a police officer: "I'll end your life. Do you know who I am?" before he launched into an expletive filled-rant which included a homophobic slur.
Last month, the Nymphomaniac star addressed his infamous drunken outburst during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, admitting he gave Cabaret star Alan Cumming a "slap on the ass" while joking that he was channeling Tupac during his run-in with the cops. He also said he was "checking" his alcohol problem.
—Reporting by Claudia Rosenbaum