Mel Gibson: My heart goes out to Shia LaBeouf


Speaking to Indiewire, Mel Gibson has expressed sympathy for Shia LaBeouf, who was recently arrested for disrupting a Broadway performance of Cabaret.

“When I see someone like Shia LaBeouf with the bag on his head and stuff, my heart goes out to the poor guy. Because I think he’s suffering in some way. Or why would he do that?” Gibson said.

”People are inclined to sort of point the finger at him and say like, well, he’s this, that, or the other. It’s easy to judge. It’s a hard world. You’re under a microscope. The loss of personal anonymity forever is a hard pill to swallow. But I’m sure he’s going through some kind of personal, very painful, cathartic thing that he has to exorcise and get out there.”

However, Mel is convinced Shia will sort out his problems. He added: ”He’ll be all right. I actually like the kid. I think he’s good.”


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