About a month after her own breakup with Shia LaBeouf, actress Margaret Qualley has shown her support for FKA branches for speaking out about her allegedly abusive relationship with the actor.
Qualley has released the cover photo of the title of FKA twigs for the upcoming issue of they Magazine in which the 33-year-old singer spoke about her problematic relationship with 34-year-old LaBeouf. The former couple started dating in 2018.
“Thank you,” wrote Qualley for the title of the post.
The British singer, who was born Tahliah Debrett Barnett, filed a lawsuit against LaBeouf last year alleging the actor was “dangerous” and had a history of “physical and mental abuse” of women. The lawsuit alleged that LaBeouf suffocated her and threatened to crash a car they were driving in.
Qualley was dating LaBeouf when news of the lawsuit surfaced and the two broke up in early January. While the 26-year-old actress did not say she experienced abuse while dating LaBeouf, her post shows that she believes the allegations against him.
The post received nearly 43,000 likes in less than 24 hours. Many followers thank the actress for her solidarity. Qualley’s mother, Andie MacDowell, commenting on her daughter’s post, wrote, “Precious girls. Beloved.”
Olivia Wilde, who LaBeouf fired from her upcoming film Don’t worry darling In September, she also seemed to be showing her support in her own subtle way, posting a photo the actress sent her of Wake up, a short film by Wilde with Qualley.
“I miss guiding you, MQ. You are wild and special,” wrote Wilde as the caption.
The they In the interview, FKA-Zweig is credited with having survived the relationship with a “miracle”.
“I think it’s luck,” she told the magazine. “I honestly wish I could say that I found some strength and saw that light. I wish I could say, ‘[It is] proof of my strong character “or” This is how my mother raised me. “It’s none of that. It’s just luck that I’m not in this situation anymore,” she said, adding that the hardest part was ever recovering from their relationship. “It’s of course very fresh to me. I know [this journey] won’t be perfect. But I hope if I can take small steps and people can see me take my life back, it will inspire them. “
LaBeouf initially responded to their demands with a statement The New York Times where he apologized and admitted that he had “molested me and everyone around me for years” while claiming that many allegations were “not true”. Twigs said the apology was an example of the kind of “gas lighting” she experienced during their relationship.
“It reminds me of the gas light I saw on him,” she told CBS’s Gayle King last week. “This takes some of the blame, but not all, and then denies it.”