‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’: Shia LaBeouf is Incredibly Paranoid He’s Being Spied on via His Phone

Many celebrities have been getting people’s attention because of their bad behavior, and Shia LaBeouf is no different. The Hollywood star has been called out by several co-stars for his misconduct as a romantic partner and co-star. And it looks like it’s going to be a tough way forward to regain his reputation.

More than a decade ago, LaBeouf had a strange conversation with Ellen DeGeneres about his paranoia around his phone. He believed that it could always be used through technology. Here is what he said.

Shia LaBeouf is reportedly blacklisted from Hollywood

Shia LaBeouf (L) and Tyrese Gibson will attend the 2020 Vanity Festival Oscar Party
Shia LaBeouf (L) and Tyrese Gibson attend the Vanity Festival Oscar Party 2020 | Matt Winkelmeyer / VF20 / WireImage

LaBeouf’s in hot water following allegations from musician FKA Twigs. The duo dated in 2018 while working on the film LaBeouf, Honey boy. Now, Twigs sees LaBeouf for aggression, emotional distress, and a sexual battery.

“It took me so low, so low myself, that it was impossible to leave the idea and work back up.” The New York Times Twigs reports shared. “I was just thinking to myself, nobody is going to believe me. I am non-controversial. And I am a person of color who is female. ”

LaBeouf said some of Twigs’ allegations were wrong, but offered an apology anyway. And it wasn’t just Twigs that came along. The musician Sia said that she had the same experience with LaBeouf, and it seems that a question was raised about LaBeouf ‘s time with Mia Goth.

LaBeouf once told Ellen DeGeneres that he is paranoid about his phone

Prior to the current allegations, LaBeouf was always known as a kooky actor. And he expressed a lot of paranoia while promoting his film, The Eagle’s Eye, air Ellen DeGeneres exhibition back in 2008.

LaBeouf started out his section with DeGeneres by explaining how everyone relies on their technology these days. And that leaves everyone – himself included – vulnerable to being watched at any time.

“Your phone, even when it’s off, can be turned on and used as a microphone to listen in,” LaBeouf assured DeGeneres. “Whenever I have my cell phone around, I’m very careful about it. … They have detectors. … [The FBI has] free administration to monitor anyone they suspect is a terrorist. ”

DeGeneres then asked LaBeouf if the film he was based on is based on a real situation that could “happen,” since his character in the film is followed all the time.

“Of course,” said LaBeouf.

LaBeouf is said to be seeking patient treatment

Shia LaBeouf attends the premiere of 'Honey Boy' at Amazon Studios
Shia LaBeouf attends the premiere of Amazon ” Honey Boy ‘| Raonaid Luna / FilmMagic

It’s hard to say exactly what’s going on with LaBeouf today, but he seems to be seeking a cure after the current allegations from Twigs and Six. LaBeouf’s lawyer, Shawn Holley, said Variety LaBeouf does its best to seek and correct assistance.

“When these allegations first surfaced a year ago, Shia immediately took responsibility for the many things he had done wrong and expressed his willingness to do what Twigs wanted, and almost all reasonable, ”said Holley. To that end, he paid for, recorded, reorganized (when she changed the date), and traveled from another country to go to mediation sent by the lawyers on foot for both sides. ”

Holley then said that LaBeouf is well aware that he “needs help,” and is taking those steps. “We are actively seeking the kind of meaningful, intensive, long-term internal treatment it requires.”

We’ll have to wait and see what happens with LaBeouf going forward.

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