Does FKA twigs have a boyfriend?

BRITISH singer FKA twigs, born Tahliah Debrett Barnett, is an award-winning contemporary R&B singer.

She made headlines for accusing her former boyfriend Shia LaBeouf of mentally, emotionally, and physically abusing her.

Does FKA twigs have a boyfriend now?

The singer, 32, and The 1975 frontman Matty Healy were allegedly dating earlier this year according to People.

The two were seen cuddling up after the NME Awards in London in February.

Healey uploaded an Instagram shot of the pair and captioned the image “thank you NME for the awards and the chaos,”after the awards.

Both musicians performed separately at the show.

When they were seen together at RuPaul’s DragCon UK 2020, a source had this to say to E! News:

“Matt Healy and FKA Twigs were smiling and holding hands while having a great time walking around and watching the shows together,” the source told E! News at the time.

"It definitely appeared like the two are more than just friends. The two kept a pretty low profile, attending the event in support of Matt’s mom Denise Welch, who was the emcee for one of the events.”

Who has FKA twigs dated?

Robert Pattinson

In September 2014, Robert started dating Twigs. They became engaged in early 2015 and stayed together for more than two years before splitting up in summer 2017.

As of 2020, Robert is thought to be dating British model and actress Suki Waterhouse with the couple seen celebrating his 33rd birthday in May 2019.

Shia LaBeouf

Twigs met the actor on the set of his autobiographical movie Honey Boy.

The two were together for almost a year back in 2018.

She told the New York Times how at the beginning of their relationship, he showed "over-the-top displays of affection."

Sadly, things began to escalate between the pair and the relationship allegedly became abusive.

She alleged that he didn't like it if she spoke to or locked at male waiters, which turned into her keeping her eyes down whenever men talked to her.

"The whole time I was with him, I could have bought myself a business-flight plane ticket back to my four-story townhouse in Hackney," she told the New York Times.

"He brought me so low, below myself, that the idea of leaving him and having to work myself back up just seemed impossible."

What did FKA twigs say about 'unmeshing' from Robert Pattinson?

After Twigs and Robert Pattinson broke off their engagement, the singer spoke about her healing process, which she labeled as an "unmeshing."

“Like when you’re with somebody, your lives become very entwined, with like your friends and family, your routine," she said on Apple’s Beats 1 Radio show New Music Daily with Zane Lowe.

"And then the unmeshing is like you have to really find out – well I had to really find out who I was. But I’ve always known who I am, but it’s just kind of discovering who I was in adult crisis."

“I feel like I’ve never known myself better,” she added.

In her latest album Magdalene, she discusses prioritizing herself in a relationship.

“When I had realized that so many other women had been through what I had been through, as a woman, I was taught that your Prince Charming would choose you, and when he did, you were grateful,” Twigs said.

“And it was more about being chosen than you asking like, ‘what’s right for me?’ and ‘what do I need to be? Nurtured, or to feel complete?'”

“For me, Magdalene is unraveling that, and finding my voice without society’s whispers,” she added.

What accusations has she made against ex-boyfriend Shia LaBeouf?

Twigs has accused her ex-boyfriend, Shia LeBeouf, of choking her, giving her an STD, and "sexual battery" in a scathing new lawsuit.

She claimed in an interview that the Transformer actor "physically, emotionally, and mentally many times in a relationship that lasted just short of a year."

In the lawsuit filed December 11 in the Los Angeles Superior Court, she further claimed that Shia "knowingly gave her a sexually transmitted disease."

It further accused him of "relentless abuse," including sexual battery, assault, and infliction of emotional distress.

Shia told The New York Times in an email: "I’m not in any position to tell anyone how my behavior made them feel.

"I have no excuses for my alcoholism or aggression, only rationalizations. I have been abusive to myself and everyone around me for years.

"I have a history of hurting the people closest to me. I’m ashamed of that history and am sorry to those I hurt. There is nothing else I can really say."

In a separate email after he was presented with the claims and the lawsuit, he told NYT that "many of these allegations are not true," but that he owed the women "the opportunity to air their statements publicly and accept accountability for those things I have done."

He also added that he was "a sober member of a 12-step program" and was currently in therapy.

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