Shia LaBeouf’s #IAMSORRY Collaborators Respond to Rape Allegations
After Shia LaBeouf's recent claim that he was raped during his #IAMSORRY art installation piece, the collaborators of that event have come forward to address the alleged events.
Both Nastja Sade Ronkko and Luke Turner tweeted about what happened in an attempt to clear up any confusion. Nastja said that it was never explicitly stated or implied anywhere that people had free reign over Shia and could do whatever they wanted to him. She then went on to say that as soon as the alleged rape was brought to their attention, they made sure the woman who reportedly violated him was forced to leave.
Luke Turner responded to a tweet from Piers Morgan where he asked why they allowed the woman to walk away, by saying that they weren't exactly sure what had happened and that the woman ran out before they had a chance to apprehend her. You can see the tweets from both Nastja and Luke above and below.