Shia LaBeouf Says His “Life Was on Fire” Before Turning to Religion

Elsewhere in the interview, LaBeouf explained how allegations of abuse against him He has had an estrangement in recent years with his mother, who he described as “ashamed beyond all imagination” when the claims surfaced. “The news that came out was like, ‘I’m abusing women, I’m shooting dogs, I’m willing to give STDs to women,'” he said, calling the allegations “corrupt.”

However, according to LaBeouf, he was able to be reunited with his mother after finding “peace” through prayer and through his studies at the monastery. “It was seeing other people who have sinned beyond anything I could ever imagine were also being found in Christ that made me feel like, ‘Oh, this gives me hope, ” he explained. “I started hearing the experiences of other corrupt people who had found their way into it, and it made me feel like I had permission.”

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