Shia Labeouf

"I don’t feel the need to contribute,” the "Don't Worry Darling" director said.
From a purported feud between Pugh and Wilde, to Chris Pine and "Spitgate," the film has generated a dizzying amount of drama — all before it hits the big screen.
According to the "Don't Worry Darling" director, Shia LeBeouf was fired in part due to his "combative energy."
"To be honest, I don't even really know if we were ever really friends," the former Disney Channel star said.
The musician claimed LaBeouf repeatedly abused her “physically, mentally and emotionally” during their relationship.
Qualley and LaBeouf split shortly after FKA Twigs accused the actor of "relentless abuse" during their relationship.
In a revealing Elle profile, the musician said her ex-boyfriend told her that killing the animals helped him get into character for a role.
On the "Grounded with Louis Theroux" podcast, the musician detailed how the actor would wake her up at night to "accuse" her of "all sorts of things."
The director reportedly dropped the controversial star from her new movie after he violated her "zero asshole policy."
The director said she stands with singer FKA twigs and other women who have accused the actor of abuse in recent weeks.