Shia LaBeouf will spend the night in a Manhattan jail cell after he was escorted out of a Broadway show in handcuffs for allegedly smoking, acting belligerent and slapping people on the behind during the performance. The troubled actor was led away from the Studio 54 theater on West 54th Street around 9:30p.m. after causing a disturbance during the first act of 'Cabaret.' A passerby snapped a blurry photograph of LaBeouf outside the venue as he was being taken into custody. He was taken to the Midtown North precinct where The New York Post reports he told officers 'I'll f*** you up' and was forced to wear a sinister mask because he wouldn't stop spitting. The 28-year-old actor was attending the Thursday night performance of the Tony Award-nominated musical, which stars Michelle Williams and Alan Cumming. According to Broadway World, audience members on the scene described the actor as having been extremely disruptive throughout the entire first act of the show. He was kicked out in the intermission, the show confirmed. One report states LaBeouf was yelling and being loud during the show and another claims he was smoking inside. Sources told The Post the 'Nymphomaniac' actor was annoying other theater goers by slapping random people on the behind and on the back of the head. It's not clear whether he'd been drinking. Back at the station, the actor reportedly told one officer while he was being fingerprinted: 'I have millions and millions of dollars and attorneys and I'm going to ruin your career.' He then allegedly called the officer who was fingerprinting him a 'fag.' LaBeouf has been charged with criminal trespass, harassment and disorderly conduct, according to law enforcement sources cited by The Post. 'He was arrested at a Broadway show and escorted out of the theater,' an NYPD spokeman told MailOnline, adding 'charges are pending.' 'He was causing a disturbance inside the theater. He was escorted out of the theater where officers met him and he was taken into custody.' Broadway World reports that cast member Danny Burstein, who plays Herr Schultz in the musical, wrote of the incident on Facebook: 'Ladies and gentlemen, this is your places call for Act II. 'Also, to let you know, Shia LaBeouf has just been escorted from the building in handcuffs. Yep, that just happened.' On Twitter, Tony nominated composer Benj Pasek wrote: 'Just saw Shia LaBeouf in handcuffs in tears surrounded by 6 police offers outside of Cabaret the musical.' Earlier this year, the Transformers star made headlines when he walked the red carpet at the Berlin Film Festival with a brown paper bag over his head.