Following a recent interview in which Shia LaBeouf divulged that he was raped during his #IAMSORRY performance art project last winter, noted dick bucket Piers Morgan repeatedly questioned the actor's allegations, saying (among too many other things) that LaBeouf's "claim to have been 'raped' is truly pathetic & demeans real rape victims." Now, LaBeouf's collaborators have responded to
dick bucket's Morgan's loudly voiced doubts and corroborated LaBeouf's story.
Luke Turner, one of the artists who, along with Nastja Sade Ronkko, collaborated with LaBeouf on the #IAMSORRY project, addressed the sexual assault and replied directly to Morgan in a series of tweets.
Based on how Morgan has processed criticism and responses to his comments in the past, it seems highly doubtful that he'll consider Turner's side of things or stop with his loud-mouth victim blaming. Whatever his response may be, let's just hope that Shia has the option of ignoring it.
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