The actress was reportedly dating LaBeouf until last month
After splitting from Shia La Bioff last month, Margaret Qualley voiced her support for FKA Tiggs.
Once upon a time in hollywood The actress took to Instagram after accusing Shia LaBeoff of an abusive relationship last year, capturing the post “Thank You” last year.
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LaBeouf was accused of sexual battery, assault and emotional distress by Tiggs (real name Tahliah Barnett) last December and his legal team has denied “every allegation” the actor has made.
Qualley and LaBeouf were reportedly dating last December, and are said to have broken up last month, per month Vulture. They first met while shooting a music video for Qualley’s sister, Renee’s music project, Rainsford.
Opening up about her previous relationship with that, Barnett said, “It’s a miracle I got alive,” adding: “People don’t think it will happen to me with a woman.”
Explaining how the alleged abuse progressed over time, he said: “If you put a frog in a boiling pot of water, the frog is about to jump straight out.” Whereas if you put a frog in cold water and heat it slowly, this frog is going to boil to death. That was my experience [LaBeouf]. “
In a lawsuit filed against Shia LaBeouf, she recalled an alleged Valentine’s Day 2019 incident in which the actor was driving the car carelessly, with twigs in the passenger seat, before she removed her seatbelt and crashed the car. Threatened to be his love for her until he committed suicide.
After begging to get out of the vehicle, the actor allegedly chased her and physically assaulted her before driving her back to her car.
Last month, Barnett opened up about their previous relationship during the appearance of Louise Theroux land Podcast.
She Explained that “wanted to talk outside” because it’s something in society that is a really big problem and it’s really common, but for some reason, we don’t talk about it. “
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