Actor Shia Labeouf claims to be ‘raped’ by a woman February this year

2:30 AM EST 11/30/2014 by Kara Michelle, Celebeat Reporter

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Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps actor Shia Labeouf claims of being sexually assaulted by a woman during his #IAMSORRY performance art installation that took place in Los Angeles February of this year.

According to an interview of the actor with Dazed Digital, a woman came with her boyfriend in the event. The woman whisked Labeouf, who then proceeded to strip down the clothing of the Transformers star and raped him.

The event has hundreds of people lined up and Labeouf's girlfriend Mia Goth was in to see him. The people who lined up were stunned to see the woman walking out with a disheveled hair and smudged lipstick, which led to speculations something fishy happened.

Goth eventually got hold of the news and confronted Labeouf and demanded for an explanation. Labeouf couldn't speak and both sat with unexplained trauma silently. He described the experience as very painful for him and Goth.

After the news buzzed out to the public, Journalist Piers Morgan was on twitter (@piersmorgan) to slam out Labeouf's admission of the assault as an offensive publicity stunt in which he tweeted:

"Shia Labeouf's claim to have been 'raped' is truly pathetic and demeans real rape victims. Grow up, you silly little man." - Nov. 28, 2014

Followed by more tweets meant for the actor that says:

"A Hollywood actor sitting with a paper bag over his head who did nothing as he claims a woman 'raped' him has not been raped. #labeouf" - Nov. 28, 2014

"People are actually defending Shia Labeouf. The world's gone mad. He's invented a supposed 'rape' for cheap PR - utterly shameful." - Nov. 28, 2014

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