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Shia LaBeouf making progress in treatment after guilty plea to disorderly conduct

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NEW YORK — Actor Shia LaBeouf (SHY'-uh luh-BUF') is complying with treatment ordered as part of a plea deal stemming from a bizarre episode during the Broadway show "Cabaret."

The 28-year-old "Transformers" star appeared in a Manhattan court Tuesday to show proof that he's been at the Hills Treatment Center in Los Angeles.

PHOTO: FILE - This June 27, 2014 file photo shows actor Shia LaBeouf walks through the media after leaving Midtown Community Court following his arrest the previous day for yelling obscenities at the Broadway show "Cabaret," in New York. LaBeouf is complying with treatment ordered as part of a plea deal stemming from a bizarre episode during the Broadway show “Cabaret.” The 28-year-old “Transformers” star appeared in a Manhattan court Tuesday, Nov. 25, to show proof that he’s been at the Hills Treatment Center in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/John Minchillo, File)
FILE - This June 27, 2014 file photo shows actor Shia LaBeouf walks through the media after leaving Midtown Community Court following his arrest the previous day for yelling obscenities at the Broadway show "Cabaret," in New York. LaBeouf is complying with treatment ordered as part of a plea deal stemming from a bizarre episode during the Broadway show “Cabaret.” The 28-year-old “Transformers” star appeared in a Manhattan court Tuesday, Nov. 25, to show proof that he’s been at the Hills Treatment Center in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/John Minchillo, File)

Attorney G. Robert Gage says his client has done a "terrific job" complying.

LaBeouf is due back in court March 20.

While attending the June 24 performance, LaBeouf smoked cigarettes, yelled at the actors, swore at security guards and hollered as he was escorted out.

If he stays in treatment for at least three months and out of trouble for six months, he'll be allowed to withdraw the guilty plea and the case will be dismissed.

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