Shia LaBeouf is slamming Khloe Kardashian over comments she reportedly made following his July 2008 car accident.
“I’d be watching the news, and they’d play my car crash, and every once in a while Kim Kardashian’s sister [Khloe] would jump on TV and preach to me from the red carpet about how to live my f***ing life,” Shia told GQ in its April issue.
After Shia’s accident, Khloe — who served 173 minutes in jail for a 2007 DUI charge — offered up her thoughts on the actor’s mishap.
“Just be smarter,” she reportedly told Us Weekly, “Think about your actions and get a driver. It’s so much cheaper in the long run!”
“And I’m so upset, man. I’m so angry,” LaBeouf told GQ. “Because this accident was not caused by me. I got hit. I had a green. This f***er ran a red light. And he flipped my truck, and he shoveled it on my hand. And my fingers are in the street… they’re off, they’re under the truck door, man. This is fake, dude,” he continued, referring to his reconstructed hand. “This is hip bone and the skin that was left over…”
But when it comes to girlfriend Carey Mulligan, Shia is much more tightlipped.
“I never really had anything in my life that was off-limits,” he told the mag when asked about the Oscar-nominated actress. “But with this, just out of respect, I just don’t want to f*** around. She’s an unbelievably thought-provoking actress, the most talented actress I’ve ever met in my life, by leaps and bounds. Neither one of us are fame whores. It works out. It’s not like we’re the premiere couple; we’re not the red-carpet king and queen.”
But, Shia wasn’t able to keep mum when it came to working with Oliver Stone on “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps,” in fact, the actor was forced to spill his whole life story.
“He is a doctor of human manipulation,” Shia said of the director. “One of the first things you do with Oliver is you start talking about your personal life. You give it all to him at the beginning, and then he has these strings with which he can f*** with you. He regurgitates this stuff at inopportune moments. He will just come up and whisper a phrase in your ear, sing a song, mention something about your dad, and — pow! — it puts you in a different world.”
Shia said the director encouraged him to get drunk before shooting certain scenes.
“We’d be on the street, and Oliver would just say, ‘Go to that bar, get f***ed-up, and come back.’ I’d walk over, get smashed, and go back to work,” he told the mag. “He would really f*** with me when I was smashed. I get aggressive when I’m smashed, and he’d film that. He would just open you up completely, make you f***ing naked-and then call, ‘Action.’”
“Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” hits theaters on September 24.