On Saturday, January 7th, actor Shia Labeouf was spotted wearing a vintage blue bowling shirt with The Punisher on it, three days after saying he cheated on ‘every woman’ he’s ever been with.
On Tuesday afternoon, 36-year-old actor went to a cigar shop in Los Angeles, California after giving an interview on Jon Bernthal’s Real Ones podcast. In the interview, he talked about his journey of staying sober and how it has affected the people close to him.
The Honey Boy star was seen out and about during his visit to the beach, wearing a pair of grey shorts, matching slides, and white socks.
Shia LaBeouf was recently photographed wearing a vintage blue bowling shirt with The Punisher logo on it, just three days after he admitted to cheating on “every woman” he has ever been in a relationship with.
He finished off his laid-back appearance with a pair of black sunglasses perched on top of his brown eyes and hair slicked back.
As he made his way to his automobile, the Emmy Award winner who became famous playing on Disney Channel’s Even Stevens as a youngster sipped a lime LaCroix.
Shia LaBeouf is prepping a comeback after addressing abuse allegations made against him by his ex-girlfriend FKA Twigs, who filed a complaint in 2020.
On Tuesday afternoon, 36-year-old actor went to a cigar shop in Los Angeles, California. This outing comes after his recent interview on Jon Bernthal’s Real Ones podcast where he talked about his journey with sobriety and how he has hurt many people throughout his life.
Shopping: On his trip, the Honey Boy star, who is engaged to Mia Goth and has a five-month-old daughter named Isabel, donned a pair of grey shorts, white socks, and matching slides.
At the age of 34, Branding Twigs was branded a ‘saint’ by the actor, who claimed she “saved my life” – prompting him to wake up and accept responsibility for his actions.
Shia LaBeouf spoke about being sued by an ex, without naming her directly or referring to any specific allegations, on the podcast Real Ones.
Chill: His laid-back look was complete with a pair of black shades over his brown eyes, his hair slicked back and a lime LaCroix
Being happy: As he walked back to his automobile, the Emmy Award-winning actor who rose to fame on Disney Channel’s Even Stevens as a youngster sipped a lime LaCroix.
After getting together on the set of American drama Honey Boy in 2017, Travi$’ ex reconstructed his career with a slew of hit songs and appearances. The pair dated for less than a year before calling it quits after she accused him of “unrelenting abuse” and “knowingly handing down a sexually transmitted disease.”
He candidly admitted in a new interview: ‘I hurt her. And when I did that, I also injured countless other people- prior to hurting her.’
I was a pleasure-seeking, self-centered, dishonest, inconsiderate, anxious, frightened individual in my past life… I have to be of service now that I think about what my existence has become and where it is now… This needs to be me.
The second film in the series, Saint has LaBeouf addressing abuse allegations from his former partner FKA Twigs, who filed a lawsuit against him in 2020; seen in 2021
The pair first met on the set of American soap opera Honey Boy in 2018 and dated for about a year, which is when she claims he started ‘deliberately blurring’ her memories.
As Shia explained, there are not a lot of men who are taking accountability for their actions in the #MeToo environment.
He provided a detailed account of all the people he hurt and needs to apologize too, before explaining that this is something he will have to do for the rest their lives.
During the event, he paid homage to Twigs, calling her a “saint,” while expressing his appreciation for her.
‘If she hadn’t stepped in and showed me another way to live, I would have either a very average life or be dead,’ Shia explained.
The actor, who now has a newfound purpose in life, says he is in a much better place mentally and wants to be an example for others of how to live a principled life.
With a trial for their lawsuit set for April 2023, Tahlani has previously said that her relationship with the star was “the worst thing I’ve ever been through in the whole of my life,” and that she would rather go to jail than marry him.
Among the allegations, she is accusing him of violently attacking and strangling her, knowingly infecting her with an STD, and physical and verbal violence.
Shia, who has recovered from PTSD and alcoholism, is doing better now. He’s happy and calls himself a ‘public sinner’.
Shia LaBeouf was recently interviewed on a podcast where he refutes Olivia Wilde’s claims that he was fired from her upcoming movie due to his ‘combative energy.’
My purpose is to show others, through my own life, that living principled life can be rewarding and fulfilling.
A day after Shia LaBeouf denied being fired from Olivia Wilde’s movie due to his ‘combative energy,’ the podcast interview was released.
The actor, instead of continuing with the project, insisted on quitting.
Backing up his allegations, a video of Wilde allegedly pleading with LaBeouf to stay with the project was leaked online on Friday, in which she states that his departure would be a “wake-up call” for Pugh’s character, Miss Flo.
After the part was ultimately recast with her now-boyfriend Harry Styles, Wilde, 38, gave an interview to Variety this week where she slammed LaBeouf’s approach as “not conducive to the ethics that I demand in my films.”
28-year-old Mimi Keegan plays the role of Jack, while Florence Pugh is the main star and had some ‘tension’ with LaBeouf.
However, LaBeouf has now presented apparent evidence that refutes Wilde’s allegations, including an email he sent to the director and a video she sent him that was subsequently leaked online, demonstrating his abandonment of the film.
According to LaBeouf, he ended his involvement with the film on August 17th due to disagreements about rehearsal time. He provided evidence of this by forwarding two emails that he sent Wilde.
Timothy is a senior writer based in Atlanta, specializing in celebrity-related news. She is always ready to cover trending TV stories with an unbiased perspective and a pinch of gossip.