Shia LaBeouf had plans to continue the protest for the four years Trump is in office, but it has been shut down not only two months after its’ start.
The Museum of the Moving Image in New York City cut the power off of the camera mounted on the exterior of the walls.
Shia LaBeouf started the 24/7 video streaming protest on the day on Donald Trump’s inauguration. Ever since the start, multiple physical altercations occured including one incident when Shia was arrested on Jan. 25th for getting in a fight with a protester against his protest.
New York Police even went as far as to have a surveillence van out on the street patrolling the protest at all times.
The entire protest got out of hand and the museum and police ended streaming due to the public safety hazard.
No word from Shia if he plans on moving this to a different location or if this was the end but he’s hard headed, expect anything.
As for now, this is what is left on the official website of the protest.