The owner of a bar where Shia LaBeouf was handcuffed by cops after a scuffle has threatened to release footage of the incident in a bid to clear staff of any wrongdoing. The "Transformers" star clashed with a fellow customer at Mad Bull's Tavern in Sherman Oaks, California on Friday, February 4, reportedly receiving two blows to the face.
He was detained by police for 20 minutes and then allowed to leave the scene. No arrests were made, but the owner of the bar is ready to release film footage captured on security cameras amid rumors his staff failed to stop the fight, according to New York Post gossip column PageSix.
Richard Disisto tells the publication, "We have the entire thing on tape. I have been offered a lot of money for the footage. I am concerned about the integrity of the bar, and if we are further criticized, I will release the tape to show we did all we could to stop the fight."