Actor Shia LaBeouf had his license suspended on Saturday due to his refusal to take a Breathalyzer test when he was busted on suspicion of driving under the influence after a July car crash, a DMV official said to E! News.
“It was suspended for refusing a chemical test,” said the official, who explained to E! News that although LaBeouf was cleared of DUI charges after investigators determined the accident was caused by the other driver, the suspension was “automatic.”
The young actor has required two surgeries due to a crushed hand after his rollover crash on July 27. The accident was caused after a driver ran a red light, crashing into LaBeouf’s car.
According to California law, drivers who refuse to take a breath, blood or urine test for a suspected DUI can have their license suspended for up to one year.