Shia LaBeouf’s ex Margaret Qualley comes ahead after FKA Twig’s shifting interview – NZ Herald

Margaret Qualley has “thanked” FKA Twigs for talking out about Shia LaBeouf.

The actress – who briefly dated the Transformers star – has spoken up in assist of the Cellophane singer after she accused the actor of sexual battery, assault, and infliction of emotional misery through the course of their temporary relationship in 2019.

Alongside a photograph of FKA Twigs from Elle journal, through which she listed among the abuse she acquired, Margaret captioned it: “Thanks.”

Margaret Qualley dated Shia LaBeouf but their relationship has since ended. Photo / Getty Images
Margaret Qualley dated Shia LaBeouf however their relationship has since ended. Photograph / Getty Photographs

In the meantime, FKA Twigs beforehand admitted she thinks it’s a “miracle she got here out alive” from her relationship with LaBeouf as she recounted what occurred to her.

She stated: “It is a miracle I got here out alive … In case you put a frog in a boiling pot of water, that frog goes to leap out right away.

“Whereas for those who put a frog in cool water and warmth it up slowly, that frog goes to boil to demise. That was my expertise being with LaBeouf.”

And the 33-year-old singer desires to open up about her alleged expertise within the hope it can assist different individuals in related conditions.

She added: “I feel it is luck. I truthfully want I might say that I discovered some energy and I noticed this mild. I want I might say, ‘[It is] a testomony to my sturdy character,’ or ‘It is the best way my mom raised me.’ It is none of that.

“It is pure luck that I am not in that state of affairs anymore… Folks would not suppose that it might occur to a girl like me. The largest false impression is, ‘Nicely, you are good. If it was that dangerous, why did not you allow? … It may occur to anybody … It made me realise I want to return ahead and speak about my expertise.”

LaBeouf has denied all of the allegations made in opposition to him.


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