On Saturday, actor Shia LaBeouf was arrested in Georgia for public intoxication, among a string of other charges.

The troubled actor has been arrested a total of five time since 2005.

According to a press release from the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police, LaBeouf "became disorderly" around 4 a.m. after someone on the street refused to give the actor a cigarette. Apparently intoxicated, LaBeouf spewed expletives in front of women and children on the street.

After refusing to leave the location, officers attempted to arrest the actor. That’s when LaBeouf reportedly ran to a nearby hotel.

"When the officer attempted to place LaBeouf under arrest, LaBeouf ran to a nearby hotel,” reads the press release. "LaBeouf was arrested in the hotel lobby, where his disorderly behavior continued.”

"LaBeouf was charged with obstruction, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness,” notes Time.

The actor was released on $7,000 bond, reports USA Today.

The anti-Trump actor talked about his many run-ins with the law in an essay called Error Breeds Sense, featured in the book Prison Ramen.

LeBeouf claims he was only nine years old the first time he was arrested. "It was in Pacoima, California. I was arrested for stealing a pair of Nike Cortezes from a local shop and held for six hours," he wrote.

"The second time I was eleven, in the city of Tujunga, California. I was arrested for stealing a Gameboy Pokémon from Kmart. That time, too, I was in a substation for about six hours," said the actor.

His third arrest was particularly unpleasant.

"The third time I was twenty, in Van Nuys, California. I tried to stab my neighbor and spent two days in jail. While I was there, I at least understood that being in jail is not the move," he wrote. "It sucks ass."

"When I'm nervous in my creativity, I think of my failures in life and in art," said LeBeouf. "Thinking about my screwups loosens the grip of fear. It's freeing to f--k up and to recover."