Actor Shia LaBeouf is notorious for being in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons — but this might be his most embarrassing headline yet.
On the first day of Donald Trump’s presidency, LaBeouf vowed to stage a four-year-long protest, in which he and others would chant, “He will not divide us!” nonstop in front of a live camera in New York City.
Just three weeks later, LaBeouf has already been arrested — and the Museum hosting the “art project” officially abandoned it Friday.
For those keeping score, that’s 1,441 days shy of four years.
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New York City’s Museum of the Moving Image has closed the project, citing “serious public safety hazards.”
The museum said Friday that the installation outside the museum had become “a flashpoint for violence and was disrupted from its original intent.”
The project’s website said the museum had “abandoned the project.”
While these so-called “artists” are claiming to not of abandoned the project, there is no current live video of their “24 hours a day, seven days a week” protest.
-The Associated Press and The Horn News editorial team contributed to this article.