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Shia's Passenger's Mom Ain't MADD

7/30/2008 9:37 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Shia LaBeouf's co-star Isabel Lucas -- who was riding in his truck when it flipped over the weekend -- doesn't think the "Transformers" star was drunk when they crashed.

So says her mother, who tells the Cairns Post in Oz that her daughter "would not get into the car with someone she thought was drink-driving," said Beatrice Lucas, using the Britism for DUI. Meanwhile, the mom says Isabel is doing well and is "back at work," unlike Shia, who could be on the bench for as much as a month because of his busted hand.

LaBeouf was charged with misdemeanor DUI for the crash, and yesterday cops said it was the other driver that may have caused the crash.





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1.

pimp    

She also told her mom that she would not do pot or try s*x on the brown h*ole, but there you have it.

Can we say The Nile??

2223 days ago
2.

MrEKO    

Is "drink-driving" really a Britism for DUI if they are from Austrailia? Yes, I know they say it in Britan but they say it in Austrailia too- so there you have it.

2223 days ago
3.

Adam Weishaupt    

Shia should fight this.

How is he guilty of anything? Doesn't there have to be a victim? If his driving is restricted due to the DUI, then this "thought crime" has infringed his Constitutional protected Natural Right to travel.

If Shia's lawyers were smart, they should how preposterous it is to charge someone with a hypothetical crime. The only reason it applies is some extended jurisdiction. US Code Title 18, 31 defines "Motor Vehicle" as used for "commercial purposes". Like the IRS defines "employee" as an officer of a corporation.

They do this to extend their jurisdiction, infringe our Natural Rights and replace them with state-granted privileges.

Legally, Shia should be operating a "recreational vehicle" or pleasure vehicle, not a "Motor Vehicle".

Read the US Code definitions sometime. Why is the Secretary of the IRS and ATF referred as the same thing? Why is "revenue agent" defined as "any duly authorized Commonwealth Internal Revenue Agent of the Department of the Treasury of Puerto Rico."?

Same reason Shia will get in trouble for his thought crime. It's a game and we've been tricked into a false jurisdiction.

18 CFR 31 -
http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/18/usc_sec_18_00000031----000-.html

27 CFR 26.11 -
http://ecfr.gpoaccess.gov/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=ecfr&sid=b4ad9b53ee310df8cf4a99fa5410979a&rgn=div8&view=text&node=27:1.0.1.1.21.2.390.1&idno=27

2222 days ago
4.

lovecoffee    

He is so sexy! I don't care what he did or didn't do

2222 days ago
5.

Aussie    

It is not a Britism.

2221 days ago

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