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■ Actor Shia LaBeouf has been released from a Georgia jail after posting $7,000 bond on charges of public drunkenness. The Chatham County sheriff’s office says the 31-year-old was arrested in a hotel lobby at 4 a.m. Saturday by the Savannah Police Department and was later released. He also faces charges of disorderly conduct and obstruction. Police say LaBeouf asked a bystander for a cigarette and when he was refused, he became disorderly, “using profanities and vulgar language in front of the women and children present.” When he was told to leave, police say he refused and became aggressive toward an officer. He ran to a nearby hotel to avoid arrest. LaBeouf is in the Savannah area filming his new movie, The Peanut Butter Falcon, which also stars Dakota Johnson.
■ A commercial photographer has sued Kendall and Kylie Jenner over the use of two of his images of late rapper Tupac Shakur on T-shirts the sisters briefly sold for $125 apiece. Michael Miller sued the Jenner sisters in a Los Angeles federal court Friday, alleging copyright infringement over the “vintage” T-shirts that featured their likeness or designs superimposed over photos of famous musicians. Miller’s suit states that the Jenners never sought permission to use his photos.
■ Polarizing right-wing writer Milo Yiannopoulos filed a $10 million lawsuit against a New York publishing company Friday over a canceled book deal. Yiannopoulos resigned from the conservative website Breitbart News this year after comments he made about sexual relationships between boys and men. In video clips, he appeared to defend sexual relationships between men and boys as young as 13. He had planned a memoir titled Dangerous and had a deal with Simon & Schuster to publish it, but the company dumped the book after the comments surfaced. Yiannopoulos’ lawsuit says that the publishing company breached its contract and bowed to “false and misleading reports.”