Shia LaBeouf explains his relationship with Mia Goth.
During a recent interview with Jon Bernthal on his "Real Ones with Jon Bernthal" podcast, Shia LaBeouf spoke about his relationship with Mia Goth and their daughter, 5-month-old Isabel, and how she saved his life.
When Shia LaBeouf reached out to Mia Goth when he was in treatment following charges of sexual assault against him, he said that she had saved his fucking life. Shia LaBeouf and Mia Goth's relationship was on-again, off-again until they finally reconciled in 2021. While he didn't deserve anybody in his life, Mia Goth was there for him, according to Shia LaBeouf, who also said that she gave him hope when he was on fumes and he had nothing to offer her. In addition to their 2012 appearance in "Nymphomaniac," Shia LaBeouf and Mia Goth had a commitment ceremony in 2016 in Las Vegas but in 2018, Mia Goth filed for divorce from the actor.
Shia LaBeouf continued by saying that because they now have a lovely daughter named Isabel, it is no longer necessary for him to be useful but rather useful for him to support his wife and be steady for her. The actor told Jon Bernthal that he was stable and useful when his daughter was diagnosed with a benign vascular lesion on her head called a hemangioma. He claimed that because Isabel is a happy child, she is holding him to account like a modern-day parole officer.
The Emmy award winner, although he mentioned that there is still a lot of work left for him to do to make progress, now having a daughter and knowing that when she grows up she is going to look at her father on the internet and see that he was a deplorable, disgusting piece of shit, hits him and that is why he wants to do better and make good choices.
In the interview, Shia LaBeouf said that while he is aware that his daughter is too young to comprehend or grasp the concept of him being in public, he still wants to live a better life for her and intends to atone for his mistakes in the rest of his life. Shia LaBeouf was sued by FKA Twigs for their allegedly violent relationship, but a year later, in November 2021, he reconciled with Mia Goth and the two became parents. Additionally, the actor confessed to having cheated on each and every woman he had ever been with.
Shia LaBeouf also spoke about FKA Twigs, defining himself as a pleasure-seeking, egotistical, self-centered, dishonest, terrified, and careless human being who injured her and many others before her, but that things had improved. He said that when he considers what his life has developed into and what his purpose is today, all he wants is to be helpful. He also stated that in the #MeToo atmosphere, not many guys are accepting responsibility.
Shia acknowledged that he made a terrible mistake—a crash and burn kind of mess—and that he knows he has wounded many people and will continue to pay for it for the rest of his life. Without mentioning FKA Twigs by name, he continued by saying that his accuser was a saint who had saved his life since, without her intervention, he would have either led a life of mediocrity or would have died completely. The actor opened up about being sucidial and sharing that he went and loaded up a gun and sat on his table waiting to kill himself during the early days of the accusations.
Shia responded that he is in the tribe of the fuck-ups and that he had been a very public sinner and a very fallible person in the public sphere, adding that he believes his purpose is now to not follow the other examples that they have had of how to navigate something like this, which is to go after the woman, or try to win a court case, or get back into a fucking movie, or get back on at all. Shia was asked by Jon Bernthal about his current purpose in life and the actor said that his current goal is to use his life to be an instructive with his life so that he can be an advertisement, like a billboard, for a principled way of living and he claimed he meant this with all of his beings.
Shia LaBeouf recently opened up about finding Catholicism as his saviour and stated that he was able to find his purpose and made a rare appearance at the Venice Film Festival for his movie 'Padre Pio' and during a question and answer session said that the movie saved his life. The actor claimed that while studying mass for the movie, he saw that the more he attended, the less acting-related it seemed like a job and more like a gift. He also acknowledged the clergypeople in robes who were present at the event.