How Did Shia LaBeouf & Mia Goth Meet? Their Careers Brought Them Together
If you've been out of the loop, there have been reports for awhile now (and on several different occasions) that Shia LaBeouf and Mia Goth are engaged. The former Even Stevens star isn't super open about his personal life, but when it comes to his relationship with Goth, well, it definitely hasn't been kept on the down low. And, now that there even more rumors about the two getting married, I'm sure many are wondering how Mia Goth and Shia LaBeouf met.
Bustle has reached out to reps for LaBeouf and Goth regarding the engagement reports, but has not yet heard back.
Like many celebrities, their acting careers brought them together. It seems Goth and LaBeouf met on the set of Nymphomaniac: Vol. II in 2012, which is the sequel to Nymphomaniac: Vol. I following a woman's "sexually dictated life," according to its IMDb page. Ever since then, they've been romantically linked. That said, their relationship hasn't been all sunshine and rainbows. They've definitely had some darker days.
In July 2015, Goth and LaBeouf made headlines for a public altercation, where they were both recorded arguing. Since that contentious moment and shocking footage was released, I bet many suspected they broke up. But, that surely doesn't seem to be the case, especially if they are planning to walk down the aisle.
Other than what's been mentioned above, not much is known about their time as a couple. Although, the fact that LaBeouf is seemingly ready to say "I do" to Goth says a lot. Marriage isn't a commitment the 29-year-old performance artist has always wanted.
Per an interview with the Sunday Times (via International Business Times) in September 2012, the actor opened up about his split with Carey Mulligan. "Sensibilities, cultures, histories. There were differences, that's all," he said about the two breaking up around 2010. "She's happy as hell right now, and we wouldn't have been able to make it like that. She was chasing marriage, family, kids more than I was." He added, "I'm not opposed to marriage. I just think I'm quite young. I come from divorce. I'm only doing marriage once. It's not a game for me. I'm not a religious person, but I have ethics."
Well, if the rumors are indeed true, it seems like LaBeouf believes Goth is the person to settle down with for the rest of his life. I guess it's a good thing they both decided to do Nymphomaniac.