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Shia LaBeouf Spotted Leaving What Is Believed To Be An AA Meeting!

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We're so glad that Shia LaBeouf is voluntarily seeking the help he needs!

Shia was seen leaving what is believed to have been an AA meeting in El Lay on Wednesday!

We reported earlier how although the ex-Transformers star was not entered into rehab despite some reports, and that he was going to AA meetings and seeking treatment for an alcohol addiction following his arrest in NYC!

We're glad that Shia is taking a serious step towards fighting this addiction. Recovery is never an easy road, but we're supporting him all the way!

[Image via Pacific Coast News.]

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8 comments to “Shia LaBeouf Spotted Leaving What Is Believed To Be An AA Meeting!”



  1. 1

    No one should be allowed to take photos outside of an AA meeting. It is "anonymous" for a reason. You can support him by not buying these types of photos.

  2. Wynn says – reply to this


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    I agree with MJaded, you should not be posting pictures of someone who you believe is leaving an AA, or similar, meeting. Just as you shouldn't post pictures of someone taken in rehab. If you really are happy he is getting help, then support him by not posting pics of him leaving AA.

  3. Dawn says – reply to this


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    This article in in really poor taste and should have never been published.While he is fighting for his life and to recover you see his situation as a way to make money off his suffering.Your fake sincererity and concern is too evident.this story says less about Shia and more about your value for your fellow human being.Im sure you Perez value your privacy so please give him the respect by giving him some privacy to actually have a fighting chance to get better.

  4. Bob OHara says – reply to this


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    Agreed; extremely poor taste. Having been there myself I know from when ce i speak

  5. Anna says – reply to this


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    Re: Bob OHara – It is hard enough for people with a large public profile to join AA, due to the anonymity, but this article is not helping. If someone publicly enters rehab it is a different story. Even the title of this "article" is a sign to NOT POST IT. Please use your powers for good, and post positive and helpful things.

  6. Liz says – reply to this


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    "Outting" someone in AA is like "Outting" a gay. It's in completely disrespectful and you should be ashamed of your self for stooping that low.



  7. 7

    If you had ANY respect for somebody trying to recover from an addiction, you wouldn't post their picture every time they left a meeting. Grow up.

  8. Anon says – reply to this


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    I respectfully draw your attention to this Anonymity Letter to Media from the General Service Office of Alcoholics Anonymous:

    "…we respectfully request that you continue to cooperate with us in maintaining the anonymity of AA members. The principle of anonymity is a basic tenet of our fellowship. Those who are reluctant to seek our help may overcome their fear if they are confident that their anonymity will be respected. In addition, and perhaps less understood, our tradition of anonymity acts as a restraint on AA members, reminding us that we are a program of principles, not personalities, and that no individual AA member may presume to act as a spokesman or leader of our fellowship. If an AA member is identified in the media, we ask that you please use first names only (e.g., Bob S. or Alice F.) and that you not use photographs or electronic images in which members’ faces may be recognized. "