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Shia Labeouf is not part of CAA anymore

Shia LaBeouf will no longer be represented by the talent agency CAA, months after he was accused of sexual abuse by former partners, including English singer-songwriter FKA twigs.

Sources revealed that the decision was made after LaBeouf checked himself into inpatient treatment over a month ago, though it was unclear what kind of treatment he was and has been undergoing.

It was back in December last year that FKA Twigs, real name Tahliah Debrett Barnett, filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles against the "Transformers" star for "relentless abuse", including sexual battery and assault. The same lawsuit also named stylist Karolyn Pho as another former partner who was allegedly abused by the actor.

The couple met on the movie set of ‘”Honey Boy” in 2018 and dated for almost a year. The relationship broke off in May 2019.

LaBeouf's former partner FKA twigs files a lawsuit against him

This is not the first time CAA has dropped their talents over allegations of sexual abuse, though some sources claimed that this time it was LaBeouf who decided to leave.

Earlier, the agency decided to let go singer Marilyn Manson following allegations made by his ex-fiancee Evan Rachel Wood that he abused and groomed her while she was engaged to him at 19.

On the other hand, another talent agency, WME dropped actor Armie Hammer amid the controversy surrounding his interaction with several women.

Armie Hammer also faced abuse allegations following graphic text messages
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