Shia LaBeouf Says Kanye West "Took All" His Clothes

Shia LaBeouf gives first interview since 'mortifying' 2017 arrest: 'I f---ed up'

Shia LaBeouf gives first interview since 'mortifying' 2017 arrest: 'I f---ed up'

"Around the same time, I took my mother to his concert", LaBeouf tells me.

"Zack allowed me to be open to help when it came", he added.

Shia LaBeouf's pulled some pretty odd stunts in his time, with his days as a mop-haired teen in Disney show Even Stevens and 2003 flick Holesfading into distant memories.

"For a long time, I thought that life was secondary to art", he said.

Once a rising star in Hollywood and a fixture for blockbuster films, LaBeouf began focusing on political activism after the election of Donald Trump.

LaBeouf - who Wednesday girlfriend Mia Goth in 2016 - also compared his public outbursts to those of tennis legend John McEnroe, whom he's set to portray in the upcoming movie "Borg vs. McEnroe".

Actor Shia LaBeouf is determined to "take ownership" of his mistakes after his "mortifying" racist rant during his arrest in Georgia last summer (17).

In the Esquire profile, LaBeouf also reflected on his blockbuster run in the "Transformers" film franchise, saying that he quickly got sick of doing them. "You come up on these stories about "Easy Rider" and "Raging Bull" and De Niro and Scorsese and Hopper, and you find value in what they do".

"Around the same time, I took my mother to his concert".

LeBeouf said he hasn't heard from West since his public meltdown on stage in November 2016 but has tried to reach out.

"He took all my fucking clothes", Shia said. In addition to his story of the arrest, childhood trauma, substance abuse, therapy and recovery, Shia has a unique story with Kanye West. The actor also said that his mom is obsessed with Kanye.

Apparently, what felt fair to West was snagging the actor's full wardrobe. It's the same feeling of "You need to avenge your mother" he says contributed to his first arrest when he went after a man who "bumped into my mother's auto with his vehicle in a parking lot".

And then things got racial, as LaBeouf declared, "You got a president who don't give a sh- about you, you're stuck in a police force that don't give a f- about you and you want to arrest white people who give a f-, who ask for cigarettes?" The title is a reference to his father's nickname for him, and the synopsis found on The Black List sounds very personal: "A child actor and his law-breaking, alcohol-abusing father attempt to mend their contentious relationship over the course of a decade".

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