While the trial in FKA Twigs’ abuse case against Shia LaBeouf is not scheduled to begin until April 2023, the actor has been candid about the allegations against him.
Although Shia acquired fame for a number of controversies that led to his detention, cannibalism was not one of them.
LaBeouf has admitted to injuring Twigs, without naming her specifically, in a new appearance on Jon Bernthal’s “Real Ones” podcast.
The singer-songwriter claims that LaBeouf suffocated her, threatened to crash the car they were in, and purposefully infected her with an STD.
Relationship, Alleged Abuse, and Breakup Between Shia LaBeouf and Ex-Girlfriend FKA Twigs
FKA Twigs filed a lawsuit against Shia LaBeouf for “relentless abuse” and sexual battery about a year after they ended their brief romance.
In February 2021, the English native who goes by the alias Tahliah Barnett told Elle that she was lucky to be alive after their relationship since it was “planned, systematic, complex, and maze-like.”
The “Cellophane” singer and the Even Stevens star met for the first time on the set of their 2019 movie Honey Boy.
A year after Shia LaBeouf’s divorce from Mia Goth, the two began dating. It was announced in May 2019 by Us Weekly that the Los Angeles native and Twigs had split up.
Accusing LaBeouf of abuse, the musician filed an action against him in December 2020.
Shia said he had been through “hell” before finding Catholicism in an interview with Bishop Barron Presents in August of 2022. Following his controversies, he says he struggled with suicidal thoughts but that his new faith got him through it.
Exactly What Did Shia La Beouf Say?
Actor Shia LaBeouf has spoken out over claims made by director Olivia Wilde in an interview with Variety that he was replaced in the upcoming film Don’t Worry Darling because of his “combative spirit.”
LaBeouf has responded to Wilde’s claims that he was unfairly terminated from the film. The actor stated that he “left the picture owing to a lack of practice time.”
According to letters he sent to Variety on August 25, he strongly refuted Wilde’s assertions that he had declined a collaboration with the director because of his negative attitude.
On the podcast, LaBeouf admitted, “I harmed that woman.” “I was a pleasure-seeking, selfish, self-centered, dishonest, thoughtless, scared human being who damaged many others along the way, starting long before I even met that woman.
To feel fulfilled in this new phase of my life, I realize that I must contribute in some meaningful way to the #MeToo movement.”