Shia LaBeouf 'sorry' for pub spat

Published Friday, 17 January 2014
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Troubled actor Shia Labeouf has been caught on tape giving a rambling apology following an alleged pub bust-up in London on Thursday night.

Shia LaBeouf 'sorry' for pub spat

The Transformers star allegedly headbutted another patron during a night out at the Hobgoblin in south London, and now video footage which shows him talking about the incident has emerged online.

In the film, which was published on TMZ.com, LaBeouf is seen sitting around a table outside the pub chatting to a group of young British women about the bust-up.

He said: "I'm not trying to have any more problems. You know what I'm saying... I'm really just trying to make peace... I mean, I'm a normal human being... I accept what I gotta get into to do what I love... And I'm not trying to s**t on nobody.

"I am a human being. I'm super normal, I am super normal. More normal than most... When people get hostile. They s**t on my girl's mom. They say things that are out of turn... And I'm sorry about that. I had no control over that. I just want peace you know what I mean... I got nothing wrong with him."

The alleged fight was reportedly sparked when another reveller made a rude comment about LaBeouf's girlfriend's mother, and one of the girls in the video can be heard saying: "He shoved you first" while talking to the actor about the incident.

She added: "I think also everyone's drunk and things are said... things got misconstrued."

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