Shia LaBeouf Searching for “Lengthy-Time period” Remedy, Lawyer Says Amid FKA twigs’ Sexual Abuse Claims

Shia LaBeouf‘s lawyer says the actor “wants assist” and that they’re pursuing “long-term inpatient therapy” for him, as he faces a sexual misconduct lawsuit filed by his ex-girlfriend FKA twigs.

In her submitting, the 32-year-old British-born musician accuses the 34-year-old actor, her co-star in his autobiographical movie Honey Boy, of sexual battery, assault and infliction of emotional misery and in addition alleges that he knowingly gave her a sexually transmitted illness. LaBeouf has not been charged with against the law.

“Shia wants assist and he is aware of that,” LaBeouf’s lawyer, Shawn Holley, informed E! Information in a press release on Friday, Christmas Day. “We’re actively in search of the form of significant, intensive, long-term inpatient therapy that he desperately wants.”

FKA twigs filed her lawsuit on Dec. 11 and she and the opposite accuser additionally spoke about their experiences with LaBeouf with the New York Occasions. The Transformers actor informed the newspaper on the time that whereas “many of those allegations should not true,” he has “no excuses for my alcoholism or aggression, solely rationalizations.” He mentioned he’s a “a sober member of a 12-step program” and in remedy, and was not but “cured” of PTSD and alcoholism.

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