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Shia Labeouf Says Kanye West 'Took All My Fucking Clothes'

Shia Labeouf Says Kanye West 'Took All My Fucking Clothes'

Shia LaBeouf dug deep in Esquire's latest cover story and revealed what drives him to do everything he does, including his decision to turn down several major movie roles.

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"Around the same time, I took my mother to his concert", LaBeouf shares. Kanye West says, "I wish I dressed as fresh as Shia LaBeouf".

"When I got to rehab previous year, they said I had PTSD", LaBeouf said, explaining it stems from a childhood moment when he witnessed his mother being raped by a man the authorities were never able to bring to justice. He froze, he said, and that has lived with him ever since, making him quick to get aggressive.

Looking back, LaBeouf says his moment of clarity after the arrest only came when Zachary Gottsagen, an actor with Down syndrome with whom he was working on "The Peanut Butter Falcon", said he was disappointed in him. "It was me trying to absolve myself of guilt for getting arrested".

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LaBeouf says his offscreen conduct made him a liability in Hollywood, and that it has become hard for him to book new roles, despite being hailed as the "Best Actor for the Buck" in the late aughts. "No one's giving me a shot right now". Some guy bumped into my mother's auto with his vehicle in a parking lot, and my head went right to "You need to avenge your mother!" "They're not strategic. They're a struggling motherf--er showing his ass in front of the world". "The truth is, in my desperation, I lost the plot". Made by Danish director Janus Metz Pedersen, the film stars LaBeouf as the hotheaded tennis player John McEnroe and follows his on-the-court rivalry with Bjorn Borg.

To his credit, LaBeouf pulled no punches on himself in his Esquire interview, confessing his drunken outbursts were nothing to be proud of.

In a different version of his song "No More Parties in L.A". He took all my f-cking clothes. "When I brought her backstage, he was a fucking sweetheart to her", LaBeouf said. So I'm like, 'Go for it, my guy.

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?"