Shia LaBeouf Responds to Charges of Assault Against FKA Twigs: “I hurt that woman”


Shia LaBeouf addresses FKA Twigs only once in the open letter he sent to Olivia Wilde this week, disputing her claim that he was “fired” from her film Don’t Worry Darling.

“My failures with Twigs are fundamental and real, but they are not the narrative that has been presented,” he wrote, presumably referring to a series of allegations the British musician has made against him, suing him for “sexual battery, assault, and infliction of emotional distress” during their relationship.

Shia Labeouf Responds to Charges of Assault Against Fka Twigs: "I Wounded That Woman!"

LaBeouf wrote to Wilde, “There is a time and a place to address such matters, and I am attempting to navigate a complex situation with respect for her and the truth, therefore my quiet.”

In contrast, LaBeouf reportedly simply referred to Twigs as “that chick” in a new episode of Jon Bernthal‘s podcast Real One’s tonight (supposedly, the “moment and place” to break his “silence”).

During the interview, he says to Bernthal, “I wounded that woman,” despite not appearing to have addressed many of the particular charges against him. (In 2021, LaBeouf formally rejected all of Twigs’ charges against him by filing a motion to dismiss her case against him.)

“And in doing so, I damaged many other individuals,” he said, echoing comments he made in December 2020, when he claimed he had been “abusive” both to himself and to others “for years.” “And numerous others before that woman. I was a scared, pleasure-seeking, selfish, self-centered, dishonest, and thoughtless individual.

LaBeouf, who confesses infidelity and does not report STDs to sexual partners in the interview, sees the birth of his daughter as a transformative event for him, as he did with the Wilde letter.

He then refers to “that woman” as a “saint” who “saved his life” because, “Had she not intervened in my life and opened the path for me to experience ego death, I’d either have a mediocre existence or be dead in its whole.” (LaBeouf also adds, as he did elsewhere this week, that once the allegations became public, he considered suicide. I loaded a firearm and sat down at my table. )

LaBeouf, who is presently appearing in Abel Ferrara’s Padre Pio, explained that his “ego death” resulted from his membership in “the community of fuckups.” “I am a very public sinner and a very fallible person in the public domain.

What I believe my purpose is today is to refrain from doing… Other options of how you negotiate a situation like this include pursuing the woman, attempting to win a court case, returning to a fucking movie, or not returning at all. Padre Pio will premiere this year at the Venice International Film Festival competition.

LaBeouf describes his current self as a “billboard advocating a moral way of life.” He also drew parallels to actors Josh Brolin and Mel Gibson, who have been accused of domestic violence in the past, and attempted to navigate Hollywood in the aftermath. He also stated that he now has a “squad” of “60 fellas” with whom he holds weekly Zoom meetings and bike rides in order to receive “real-time” feedback on his actions.

Bernthal has made the two-hour interview available on his Patreon page. Bernthal, who co-starred with LaBeouf in 2014’s Fury and 2019’s The Peanut Butter Falcon, responds to the allegations in footage posted on his Instagram, stating, “I don’t know what it’s like to put my hands on a woman, or for a woman to say I put my hands on her.”

In addition, he states that as LaBeouf’s buddy, it is his responsibility to ensure that “you never do it again,” while simultaneously expressing his support.

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Net Worth

The American actor, performance artist, and director Shia LaBeouf has accumulated a net worth of $25 million over the course of his career.

Shia Labeouf Responds to Charges of Assault Against Fka Twigs: "I Wounded That Woman!"

It was his performance on the Disney show “Even Stevens” as the character Louis Stevens that brought him fame as a kid actor. As an adult, LaBeouf has become well-known for his work as a performance artist as well as for his role in the “Transformers” movie franchise.

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