Actor Shia LaBeouf was arrested Saturday in Georgia after authorities said he was in a drunken state and becoming "aggressive" to police, NBC News reported.
LaBeouf, 31, is now being charged with public drunkenness, obstruction of justice and disorderly conduct by the Savannah Chatham Metropolitan Police Department.
According to police, the actor approached an officer and one other person asking for a cigarette, and when he did not get one he became unruly and started using vulgar language.
In a statement, Savannah Chatham Metropolitan Police told LaBeouf to leave the area, but he refused, and later ran into a hotel before he was arrested in the lobby.
LaBeouf is filming the movie, "The Peanut Butter Falcon," in Savannah with co-stars Dakota Johnson and Bruce Dern.
He was taken to the Chatham County Jail around 4 a.m. and his bond is set at $7,000. According to TMZ LaBeouf was released soon after on a $3,500 bond.
This is not LaBeouf's first incident with law enforcement. Most recently police got involved after a January dispute at the actor's art project "He Will Not Divide Us" in New York City, where Labeouf apparently pulled a man by his scarf, scratched his face and caused him to fall, NBC News reported.