Shia LaBeouf : A Very Pitiful Narcissist

Shia LaBeouf is no stranger to controversial behaviour and he has recently found himself facing serious allegations. Is he merely a tortured artist who suffers for his art, is tormented and in need of desperate help or is something else governing his behaviour and if so, what is it? Gain access to HG Tudor´s unrivalled commentary and observation in this insightful video and then go further with a very detailed analysis of his behaviour in the expanded analysis.

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12 thoughts on “Shia LaBeouf : A Very Pitiful Narcissist

  1. lickemtomorrow says:

    Here’s a little snippet on Shia I came across in the last 24:

    “Sia slams Shia LeBeouf:

    Aussie songbird Sia has added to the chorus of accusations against Shia LeBeouf. The actor, 34, was recently accused of sexual battery, assault and infliction of emotional distress by his ex, FKA Twigs. After the claims surfaced, Sia said she was “conned” into an “adulterous” relationship with Shia, who she called “very sick” and a “pathological liar.”

    Shia appeared in Sia’s 2015 “Elastic Heart” music video. At that time, Sia, 45, was married to ex-husband, Erik Anders Lang. The pair announced their separation in 2016.”

    Sounds like he was involved with Mia and Sia at the same time (was Sia the IPSS?) and that Sia’s entanglement with him may have ended her marriage.

    Here is the relevant music video which I remember well:

    One of the reasons I remember it is because it seemed incongruent in terms of having a child dancing with an adult in the fashion of this video. That disturbed me. Sia also has a penchant for featuring this young girl, Maddie Ziegler, in her videos. Maddie is well known from her appearances on Dance Moms and is obviously a stand out in terms of her talent. I do wonder about Sia’s persisent use of her in her music videos, often with a blonde wig which seems to be a fashion Sia favours for her own appearances, covering her face for the most part or performing with her back to the camera. This is an aside to Sia’s comments about Shia, but I have had concerns about this young girl and her prominence at an early age, clearly being labelled a “golden child” and doing much of her growing up in front of the camera in the midst of some very bitchy stage moms and likely a narcissistic dance teacher. Gawd, that whole series is ripe for some assessment, but I stopped watching it a number of years ago.

    OK, that was a lot, but one thing led to another as they say!

  2. WokeAF says:

    LMR somatic my guess

  3. WiserNow says:

    Very interesting analysis HG.

    In photos (at least more recent ones), Shia LaBeouf consistently has an unsmiling, expressionless face and he stares directly at the camera with an unwavering defiant, almost aggressive gaze. His eyes show a mix of: challenging sneer, sad victimhood, and cornered or trapped fighter. He gives off a look of being burdened and using aggression to solve any would-be problem.

    He looks like he’s way, way out of touch with his true emotions and has become a ‘robot’ version of his true self.

    I think Hollywood (or LA) breeds narcissists, or at least finishes off the job that parents started.

    It’s a positive sign that FKA Twig’s accusations are giving more dignity or gravitas to victims of this kind of abuse. When it happens to a famous or popular person and the accusations are taken seriously and explained by the media, it makes people understand more about the reasons behind the dynamic, rather than simply asking, “why did she stay and not just walk away?” etc. That’s a good outcome of this kind of publicity.

    It’s also interesting that ‘narcissism’ has not been mentioned at all in all the media reports. Now that narcissism is becoming more well known, one reason may be that narcissism is difficult to prove in a factual or undeniable sense, therefore media reports don’t want to go down the path of accusing someone of having a mental illness or disorder. If narcissism was easy to prove scientifically, like testing someone’s dna for example, it would be easier to describe someone as a narcissist.

    Perhaps the journalists do know what lies behind the behaviour, however, their reporting would be described as unfounded or speculative, rather than factual.

  4. K says:

    Phenomenal job HG! That poor woman, what a hellacious experience! Absolutely awful and unacceptable!

    On August 24, 2020, I emailed Evan Allen of the Boston Globe re: his story: Blind Spot, and explained that the individual responsible for a horrific traffic accident that Killed 7 Motorcyclists in New Hampshire was a pathological
    narcissist. EA responded right away and stated that he hadn’t thought of that and thanked me.

    Education is paramount.

  5. Sweetest Perfection says:

    HG, you’re way too fast with so much information! I’m having a hard time following up!! Grading final papers/listening to HG/grading/listen….

  6. BC30 says:

    Yaaaaasss!!! #werk

  7. Truthseeker6157 says:


    Funny you should do this now. I saw an article about this over the weekend. It was crying out ‘narcissist’. Almost posted to see if you had seen it!

    Look forward to reading your analysis when I crawl out from under the tree. Late decorator over here.

    1. Violetta says:

      Not late at all. I put up my Charlie Brown tree at the cvery last minute, because I keep it up til Epiphany, and I don’t want an apt. full of dead needles.

      1. Truthseeker6157 says:

        Love a real tree. Can’t do the fake ones. Don’t care how good they are.

  8. MB says:

    I had a feeling you’d be doing this HG. Stories about him have been good for sharing your articles.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thank you MB, absolutely so do all share it far and wide and especially given the revelation with regard to what commentators have missed.

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