Shia LaBeouf is seeking treatment.
The actor recently made headlines when his former girlfriend, singer FKA Tiggs, accused him of physical, emotional and mental abuse in a lawsuit.
The suit was filed by musician-born Tahlia Debrett Barnett – on December 11, and details several alleged incidents, including the actor “carelessly” driving a car with Barnett, “until he confesses his love for her”. Till then, accident threat “. , Per suit.
In response to the New York Times, LaBeouf said he had “no excuse for alcoholism or aggression, only reasonableness.”
SHIA LABEOUF after allegations of FKA TWIGS ADDRESSES: ‘Never avoid going to me like this’
Since then, he has faced more trouble than similar accusations from singer Sia and as his name was removed from Netflix’s award idea page.
Now, it seems that the 34-year-old “Honey Boy” star is moving forward.
“Shia needs help and he knows that,” LaBeouf’s lawyer told Variety. “We are actively seeking the kind of meaningful, intensive, long-term incompatible treatment they desperately need.”
After gaining fame as a young star on Disney Channel’s “Even Stevens”, LaBeouf’s past was filled with conflict as well as conflict, as he struggled with drug and alcohol addiction.
Shia LaBoff’s name is taken from a page related to Netflix’s award, this page FKA TWIGS LAWSUIT
Until the scandal broke, the actor was regarded as an award contender for his upcoming Netflix film “Peels of a Woman” opposite Vanessa Kirby, who was already a favorite to take the acting trophy this season . However, sources told the outlet, that the dreamer and even the actor himself felt that the campaign should be focused on Kirby and Ellen Burgin.
After the lawsuit was filed, FKA Twigs addressed her allegations on Twitter.
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“You may be surprised to know that I was in an emotionally and physically abusive relationship,” He started a series of tweets. “It was hard for me to even process, during and after this I never thought that would happen to me.”
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Barnett said coming forward, she hoped “to help people understand that when you are under pressure in an abusive or an intimate partner a violent relationship does not feel like a safe or achievable option.” . “