Shia LaBeouf and the CAA have gone their separate ways, Deadline confirmed.
LaBeouf has reportedly received hospital treatment over the past month following a lawsuit in December brought against the actor by his ex-girlfriend, musician FKA Twigs, for physical abuse during their relationship.
According to sources, LaBeouf has decided to take time to act so that he can get the help he needs. The Transformers The actor has a history of legal issues, arrests and previous stays in drug rehab. It was during his stay in rehab that he wrote the screenplay for Honey boy based on his troubled childhood as an actor working with an abusive father. LaBeouf’s friend Alma Har’el made the feature film with great success in 2019; the photo premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. LaBeouf played his own father in the film.
In December, singer real name Tahliah Barnett said her relationship with the actor was a cycle of “relentless” mental and verbal harassment. The lawsuit also includes that the actor repeatedly physically attacked Barnett, gave him an STD and other relationship allegations.
Variety first reported the news tonight about LaBeouf and the CAA.