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Shia LaBeouf gets stitches on head, hand after injury on set of 'American Honey'

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NEW YORK — Shia LaBeouf has received stitches to his head and hand after injuring himself on the North Dakota set of the film "American Honey."

A publicist for LaBeouf on Wednesday said the actor's injuries were "minimal." The accident occurred Tuesday evening during a scene in which LaBeouf was to put his head through a glass window.

PHOTO: FILE - In this March 20, 2015 file photo, actor Shia LaBeouf is escorted by court officers as he leaves Manhattan Criminal court in New York. LaBeouf has received stitches to his head and hand after suffering an injury on the North Dakota set of the film “American Honey.” A publicist for LaBeouf  said on Wednesday, June 24, the actor’s injuries were “minimal.” The accident occurred Tuesday evening for a scene in which the actor was to put his head through a glass window. LaBeouf was treated at a local hospital for a laceration to his head and hand. He’s to return to shooting Thursday. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File )
FILE - In this March 20, 2015 file photo, actor Shia LaBeouf is escorted by court officers as he leaves Manhattan Criminal court in New York. LaBeouf has received stitches to his head and hand after suffering an injury on the North Dakota set of the film “American Honey.” A publicist for LaBeouf said on Wednesday, June 24, the actor’s injuries were “minimal.” The accident occurred Tuesday evening for a scene in which the actor was to put his head through a glass window. LaBeouf was treated at a local hospital for a laceration to his head and hand. He’s to return to shooting Thursday. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer, File )

He was treated at a hospital for cuts to his head and hand. He's to return to shooting Thursday.

"American Honey" is about a teenage girl traveling across the Midwest. It was written and directed by "Fish Tank" filmmaker Andrea Arnold.

TMZ first reported LaBeouf's injuries.

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