Twigs recently appeared on Louis Theroux's podcast Grounded to talk about how lockdown affected her last release, and her new music, as well as touching on her alleged abusive relationship with actor Shia LaBeouf.
Later, he allegedly engaged in a "continuous stream" of verbal and mental abuse, "belittling" and "berating" her, which soon turned physical and "increasingly violent". News, the "How to Be" actor, Robert, who faced the same purposeful abuse from fans exclaimed, "They get so addicted to just wanting to cause hurt and pain on someone". She's since spoken out about the nature of their nine-month relationship, which ended in June 2019.
While at the time her confidence was affected due to the mean comments, twigs revealed that eventually, she learned to ignore the haters and just love herself. the Don't Judge Me singer concluded to Theroux that she now loves how she looks and is very confident. "But for people to see me being treated that way and not helping was really disheartening".
"I remember going back to where I was staying and calling an abused women's helpline, and her reaction to me was so serious. Does your abuser know where you are?' It was very black and white, nearly like I was calling a paramedic". In an emergency, call 000. "That was a really massive wake-up call". "But it was deeply unfair at the time that I was made to feel so self-conscious and so ugly. And that's when I started messaging, I messaged my best friend and I said, 'I'm in a really abusive relationship, and it's really bad.' I got a therapist who I started seeing twice a week".
Twigs is asking for a trial by jury in a civil suit against LaBeouf. LaBeouf added that he was committed to recovering from his alcoholism, and "will forever be sorry to the people that I may have harmed along the way". The song is an expansion of "Judge Me (Interlude)" from Headie One and Fred again.'s GANG mixtape which came out previous year.
"I was working with people I'd never met in real life and we were doing the whole thing over FaceTime and it was great because I couldn't go in the studio at the beginning".
She further detailed, "I used to think it was really hurtful but really stupid". "Accuse me of staring at the ceiling and thinking about ways to leave him, accuse me of masturbating, accuse me of not wanting to be with him, accusing me of wanting to be with somebody else â€" but it would be, always, I'd say between like 4 and 7 in the morning", she said.
In a separate email, he told the newspaper "many of these allegations are not true", but he also acknowledged that he owed Barnett and other women "the opportunity to air their statements publicly and accept accountability for those things I have done". The hotline is available 24/7 in more than 170 languages.