FKA Twigs Speaks Out On Twitter After Filing A Lawsuit Against Shia LaBeouf For Domestic Abuse

December 12, 2020 / Posted by:

Everyone who has followed the violent ways of Shia LaBeouf, sadly, wasn’t that surprised by the horrible accusations of his ex-girlfriend FKA Twigs who filed a lawsuit against him, claiming that throughout their relationship, which lasted less than a year, he physically, emotionally, mentally, and sexually abused her. “Show me cute puppeh videos NOW” must have been the most popular search on YouTube yesterday because FKA Twigs went into the fucked-up details of what she said Shia did to her. After news of the lawsuit came out, she said on Twitter that sharing her story with everyone was a nightmare to her, but she did it in hopes that she can help other victims of abuse.

In her lawsuit and in an interview with The New York Times, FKA Twigs accused Shia of being controlling, manipulative, every level of jealous, and violent. She never went to the police because she was afraid that they wouldn’t believe her. She was scared to leave him because he made it difficult and dangerous, but with help from a therapist, she finally left. Another one of Shia’s ex-girlfriends, Karolyn Pho, also told The Times that she too was a victim of his abuse. Twigs’ lawyer, Bryan Freedman, told The Hollywood Reporter that they tried to resolve this privately as long as Shia agreed to get “meaningful and consistent psychological treatment,” but that he refused, so she filed the suit to get her story out and to prevent other women from being abused by him.

Shia responded to Twigs’ lawsuit, and at first, he admitted to being abusive to others for years and he’s ashamed of how he’s hurt those closest to him. But then (after his lawyers got in his ear, I’m guessing) Shia said in a second statement that many of FKA Twigs’ claims are not true, but that he owes her and Karolyn the opportunity to share their stories and that he’s currently seeking treatment for his alcoholism and the PTSD he got from his childhood and from being a child star.

On Twitter yesterday, FKA Twigs got into why she went public with her story:

One of the other soul-destroying things that wasn’t in The New York Times article was Twigs’ extremely horrendous accusation that Shia told her that he took method acting to a whole new sociopathic level of demonic by killing dogs for a movie role, via Variety:

When filming “The Tax Collector,” LaBeouf got so into character, according to the lawsuit, he took on the role of a gangster in real life, and claimed to drive around Los Angeles, shooting stray dogs dead, so that he could get into the “mindset” of a killer. Barnett, an animal lover, was “profoundly disturbed and terrified.”

And with that, even Jared Leto is probably disturbed.


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