Shia LaBeouf Pulls The Plug On His Anti-Trump Installation Over Reports Of Nearby Gunshots!

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It’s been an uphill battle for Shia LaBeouf‘s protest against Donald Trump‘s presidency right from the start.

After violence erupted at the original New York City location of HE WILL NOT DIVIDE US, the actor moved the demonstration to a less populated space in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

But after threats of safety once again found its way to the installation on Thursday, LaBeouf decided to pull the plug.

The Trump protest webcam was turned off after it was reported gunshots were fired just one block away from the Historic El Rey Theater where the installation was set up.

Related: Shia’s Anti-Trump Protest Has Been Vandalized!

Police say the shots were fired around 2:51 a.m. Thursday morning in downtown Albuquerque. No one with a gun was found at the location and officials cleared the scene.

According to the stream, no one was in front of the camera at that time anyway, so this incident could be totally coincidental.

However, Shia was not about to risk the safety of protesters, and shortly after tweeted that the stream was taken down:

The camera is still down as of this posting. It’s unclear when Shia will give the green light to turn it back on.

[Image via Twitter.]

Feb 23, 2017 11:51am PDT

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