Entertainment Margaret Qualley thanks FKA Twigs for speaking out about Shia LaBeouf

00:50  22 february  2021
00:50  22 february  2021 Source:   celebrity.nine.com.au

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Margaret Qualley thanked FKA Twigs for speaking out on their mutual ex-boyfriend Shia LaBeouf.

FKA Twigs, whose real name is Tahliah Debrett Barnett, recently detailed the alleged abuse she suffered in her relationship with LaBeouf.

"Thank you," Qualley, 26, captioned a photo of the singer on the cover of Elle magazine.


LaBeouf dated Qualley for several months after appearing together in a music video. When the news of Barnett's lawsuit first broke, they were seen kissing on a couple of occasions. However, by January they had called it quits.

In the cover story, Barnett said it was a "miracle I came out alive" after what she claims was a "calculated, systematic, tricky and maze-like" dynamic developed with the actor.

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She also gave an emotional television interview with Gayle King where she came forward in order to help other sufferers of abuse.

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"I felt so alone," Barnett said. "And that's why I wanted to come forward because victims and survivors shouldn't have to feel alone."

FKA twigs, Margaret Qualley, Shia LaBeouf posing for the camera: Shia LeBeouf, Margaret Qualley and FKA Twigs. © Getty Shia LeBeouf, Margaret Qualley and FKA Twigs.

It was December when Barnett filed a lawsuit against the actor, who she dated from 2018 to 2019 after meeting on the set of Honey Boy.

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Last week, LaBeouf responded to Barnett's lawsuit by denying "each and every" abuse allegation she has filed.

In a statement provided to People, LaBeouf "denies, generally and specifically, each and every allegation contained in [Barnett]'s Complaint, denies that [Barnett] has sustained any injury or loss by reason of any act or omission on the part of [LaBeouf], and denies that [Barnett] is entitled to any relief or damages whatsoever".

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