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FKA Twigs sues Shia LaBeouf citing 'relentless' abusive relationship, LaBeouf doesn't deny claims


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Poor woman. What a terrible experience- nobody deserves that. 
 

I struggle with how to think about the abuser’s redemption. On one hand- the abuser goes thru **** that leads to terrible behaviour and if they want to change, shouldn’t we support that? We shouldn’t excuse or forget the behaviour, but Shouldn’t we forgive if they truly changed? 
 

I struggle how to think about. 

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Guess I’m in the minority that actually finds it refreshing to see someone take accountability for their actions. He didn’t make excuses for himself and validated what she said. Didn’t ask for forgiveness, owned his **** and seems like will accept the consequences. 
 

I wish more people were like that when they’ve done terrible things. 

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1 hour ago, Itscuzim31 said:

Guess I’m in the minority that actually finds it refreshing to see someone take accountability for their actions. He didn’t make excuses for himself and validated what she said. Didn’t ask for forgiveness, owned his **** and seems like will accept the consequences. 
 

I wish more people were like that when they’ve done terrible things. 

it's also crazy to see that some people's first reaction to these horrifying events was praising the abuser for saying he abused himself more.

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2 hours ago, Itscuzim31 said:

Guess I’m in the minority that actually finds it refreshing to see someone take accountability for their actions. He didn’t make excuses for himself and validated what she said. Didn’t ask for forgiveness, owned his **** and seems like will accept the consequences. 
 

I wish more people were like that when they’ve done terrible things. 

THIS 

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16 hours ago, Itscuzim31 said:

Guess I’m in the minority that actually finds it refreshing to see someone take accountability for their actions. He didn’t make excuses for himself and validated what she said. Didn’t ask for forgiveness, owned his **** and seems like will accept the consequences. 
 

I wish more people were like that when they’ve done terrible things. 

I completely agree, but then, if he's being genuine with this statement, he needs to take a step back and do something about it. You can't just say "sorry I've been a ****ty person" and then continue with the same pattern. 

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