Shia LaBeouf is rejecting any misdeed after his ex-girlfriend FKA branches sued him for declared “relentless abuse” last December.
LaBeouf, 34, and his attorneys submitted a main reaction to her claims on Feb. 5, gotten by E! News.
The court filing mentions that the Honey Boy star rejects “each and every” accusation made by his ex and declares she “has actually not suffered any injury or damage as an outcome of [his] actions.” His group does not think FKA branches is entitled to any relief or damages.
FKA branches, whose genuine name is Tahliah Debrett Barnett, submitted her claim almost 2 months back, declaring she struggled with psychological and physical abuse throughout their nine-month relationship, consisting of that he intentionally offered her a sexually transferred illness, strangled her and kept her in a “constant state of fear.”
The vocalist, 33, informed The New York Times in an interview, “He brought me so low, below myself, that the idea of leaving him and having to work myself back up just seemed impossible.”