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Shia LaBeouf And New Girlfriend Share Real Sex Scene In ‘Nymphomaniac’

Shia LaBeouf New Girlfriend Shares Real Sex Scene With Him In 'Nymphomaniac

Shia LaBeouf has a new girlfriend, and it’s someone he’s already been very intimate with.

The 26-year-old actor is reportedly dating his Nymphomaniac co-star Mia Goth, who he reportedly shares a real sex scene with in the movie. It was his insistence on acting in the movie that caused the rift between then-girlfriend Karolyn Pho, who he had been with for two years.

After LaBeouf and Pho broke up, he began spending more and more time with his 19-year-old co-star, Mia Goth. They were seen hanging out in Hollywood on the day before Thanksgiving and again in Los Angeles in December.

“They’ve kept their relationship under wraps, but they pretty much started dating after he broke off things with Karolyn a few months ago,” a source told Radar Online about Shia LaBeouf and his new girlfriend. “He got to know Mia on set and quickly became enamored of her. They have similar interests, they love alternative music, thrift stores and she is edgy and funny, which Shia loves.”

Shia LaBeouf has been spending even time with his new girlfriend now that they’ve gone official. From E! News:

“Although it’s a new relationship for the young twosome (the pair has reportedly been together for a month), the burgeoning couple couldn’t help but show off their affection for one another.

“The darling duo was snapped Saturday spending quality time together in Ventura, Calif., where they grabbed coffee and enjoyed the scenery at Descanso Gardens.”

Shia LaBeouf has already shared intimate details of his new girlfriend, talking about the movie’s graphic sex scenes and joking to Chelsea Handler that he sent sex tapes to director Lars von Trier as an audition.

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8 Responses to “Shia LaBeouf And New Girlfriend Share Real Sex Scene In ‘Nymphomaniac’”

  1. Nicole M. de Coteau

    If this "real sex scene" is what I interpret it to be… That's porn! I don't think they need to have any sex scenes in movies at all, much less real ones. Whatever happened to the good old days of Cary Grant, Doris Day, Bette Davis and even Marilyn Monroe when sex was insinuated or implied and still made for great movies? Why did everything have to become so graphic?