FKA branches mirror on their “worst nightmare” after coming ahead on Shia LaBeouf claims
Other allegations made in the lawsuit included counting kisses, reckless driving, maintaining a “constant state of anxiety” by keeping guns in her bedroom and “knowingly” giving a sexually transmitted disease and putting her health at risk. The suit claimed it did not inform her that he had the disease and later dismissed it as “not that bad”.
The legal papers stated that branches of FKA are now coming forward to ensure that “no other woman is ever forced to undergo the brutal treatment,” she said. The English musician will donate a significant portion of the money raised in the case to charities for domestic violence survivors.
On Friday, FKA branches of the New York Times told the New York Times in their interview: “He got me so deep that the idea of leaving him and having to work up again just seemed impossible.”