Actor Shia LaBeouf was arrested during his anti-Trump performance art project Thursday morning.
According to the Associated Press, LaBeouf got into an “altercation” with another man outside the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens, New York, where LaBeouf has been repeating the phrase “He will not divide us” on a live stream since the president’s inauguration.
Speaking to NBC New York, police said that LaBeouf pulled a scarf off the 25-year-old man during the scuffle. The man, who remains unidentified, sustained scratches to his face, but declined medical attention.
Although confirmed video of the incident has not been released, a YouTube clip from a fan account appears to show LaBeouf’s arrest at around the six-minute mark.
The “He Will Not Divide Us” project has been plagued by white nationalist trolls since its inception last week. On Sunday, LaBeouf was filmed shouting “He will not divide us” in a counter-protestor’s face.
LaBeouf is facing a misdemeanor assault charge for Thursday morning’s incident. He has been released from police custody.