Margaret Qualley was dating Shia LaBeouf when FKA filed Twig’s lawsuit against the Hollywood star. Now she comments on Instagram.
Margaret Qualley was dating Shia LaBeouf when FKA Twigs first accused the actor of psychological and physical violence.
A short time later, the couple separated.
Now the actress expresses her support for FKA Twigs on Instagram.
Actress Margaret Qualley (26), who was with Hollywood star Shia LaBeouf (34) when the first allegations of mistreatment against him, has now commented on the events. On Sunday, she posted the “Elle” magazine cover for the March issue on Instagram and wrote: “Thank you.”
The cover shows musician FKA Twigs (33), who made serious allegations against Shia last December, accusing him of sexual, physical and emotional abuse and filing a lawsuit against him. With her Instagram post, Margaret seems to be clearly behind the singer.
Photos of Shia with Margaret first surfaced just a week after Twigs’ allegations became public. At the Los Angeles airport, the two hugged each other tightly and kissed. Just two weeks later, however, media reported that the couple should have separated.
“A miracle I came out alive”
In the current interview with «Elle», FKA Twigs talks in detail about their one-year relationship with the US actor. “It’s a miracle that I came out alive,” said the British woman. “I woke up several times because he was choking me and I could no longer breathe.” A first attempt to leave him, according to the musician, ended in his lying down with his full weight on her and screaming in her face for a quarter of an hour. “
The fighting spirit left me afterwards,” says FKA Twigs.
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In the interview, she also accuses the “Honey Boy” actor of pathological jealousy. During a trip to Jamaica, he is said to have accused her of flirting with the hotel staff or even having sex with them. In order not to further draw Shia’s anger, she finally avoided any eye contact with other people.
Shia wrote in a letter to the New York Times in December: “I have no excuses for my alcoholism and aggressiveness, only explanations. I’ve been treating myself and those around me badly for years ». He also stated that he wanted to take responsibility for his actions. In a new court document, however, he rejects all allegations.