• Shia LaBeouf's lawyer said the actor was willing to make things right when he learned of FKA Twigs' allegations against him
  • LaBeouf allegedly "paid for, scheduled, rescheduled and traveled" to attend the mediation set up by his and Twigs' lawyers
  • His lawyer said they are looking for meaningful, intensive, long-term inpatient treatment for the actor

Shia LaBeouf is "actively" seeking treatment after ex-girlfriend FKA Twigs accused him of abusing her physically and emotionally, his lawyer says.

LaBeouf is facing a lawsuit from Twigs, born Tahliah Debrett Barnett, accusing him of sexual battery, assault and infliction of emotional distress. Bryan Freedman, who represents his exes Twigs and Karolyn Pho, claimed to Variety that LaBeouf wasn't willing to settle the matter privately, which the actor's lawyer Shawn Holley disputed.

Holley, who served on O.J. Simpson's defense team, said LaBeouf is currently exploring options for long-term, inpatient treatment. He added that the actor is cooperative and willing to make things right.

"When these allegations first came up a year ago, Shia immediately accepted responsibility for the many things he had done wrong and expressed his willingness to do what Twigs wanted him to do, almost all of which were perfectly reasonable," Holley said in a statement to Variety.

"To that end, he paid for, scheduled, rescheduled (when she changed the date), and traveled from another country to attend the mediation set up by the lawyers for both sides. When Twigs’ lawyer cancelled the mediation, Shia’s lawyer tried to get it rescheduled. Shia’s position has never changed and I have reached out to Mr. Freedman to see how things might get back on track," he continued.

The "Transformers" star needs help and they are actively seeking the kind of meaningful, intensive, long-term inpatient treatment that he desperately needs, the lawyer added.

LaBeouf was experiencing a career resurgence after starring in the highly-acclaimed autobiographical film "Honey Boy." However, he was reportedly dropped from the upcoming movie "Don't Worry Darling" by director Olivia Wilde ahead of filming due to poor behavior.

Meanwhile, Netflix removed his name from its awards-consideration page for its movie "Pieces of a Woman." There are no more references for LaBeouf in the movie summary, movie stills and the For Your Consideration page.

The move sparked mixed reactions online, with some netizens expressing support for LaBeouf amid the allegations made by his exes.

"Guilty until proven innocent is the new norm it seems," one Twitter user wrote.

"You have a problem in the United States, you create stars but you don't support them when they have behavioral problems. No, you'd rather destroy them even more," another commented.

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Shia LaBeouf ttends the “Borg/McEnroe” premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 7, 2017, in Toronto, Canada. Getty Images/Alberto E. Rodriguez