Shia LaBeouf Admits The Abusive Stuff About His Dad In Honey Boy Was Made Up


Actor Shia LaBeouf grew up in front of the public eye, starting with his role on Disney’s Even Stevens. Over the decades he established himself as a serious actor and filmmaker, while also having some public struggles and legal issues. And recently LaBeouf admitted the abusive stuff about his father in the movie Honey Boy was made up.

Honey Boy was released back in 2019, and was seemingly based around Shia LaBeouf’s real-life experience as a child star in the early 2000’s. In addition to writing the screenplay, he also played his father in the drama. But during a recent appearance on Real Ones with Jon Bernthal, LaBeouf got honest about his work on that movie, including that some of the abusive sequences were totally fictional. As he explained, 

I wrote this narrative, which was just fucking nonsense. My dad was so loving to me my whole life. Fractured, sure. Crooked, sure. Wonky, for sure. But never was not loving, never was not there. He was always there … and I’d done a world press tour about how fuckeded he was as a man.



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