• Margaret Qualley shared FKA Twigs' cover for Elle magazine on Instagram a month after her split from Shia LaBeouf
  • She thanked the singer for coming forward with her allegations of abuse against LaBeouf
  • Qualley and LaBeouf split in early January because "they were in different places in their lives," reports say

Shia LaBeouf's ex Margaret Qualley has shown support for FKA Twigs, who came forward with allegations of abuse against the actor in December.

Over a month after it was reported that she and LaBeouf ended their relationship, Qualley took to Instagram to share Twigs' cover for Elle and thank her for speaking out about the "Transformers" star's alleged abusive behavior. In her cover story for the magazine, Twigs opened up further about her previous relationship with LaBeouf, telling Elle, "It's a miracle I came out alive."

"Thank you," Qualley captioned her post on Saturday.

Qualley's post received mixed responses from her followers. While a number of social media users appreciated her being on Twigs' side, some also questioned her decision to continue dating LaBeouf for weeks after Twigs accused him of abuse.

"So you’re over Shia now?" one asked, while another commented, "girl.. you were caught kissing him after her story came out."

"Dated him after the stories," a third user wrote.

One follower who supported Qualley wrote, "Do not pay attention to the hateful people of this sad world. Much respect for acknowledging her. Lots of support from a fan from Panamá. Saludos!"

"Precious girls. Beloved," her mother, actress Andie Macdowell, wrote.

"This is powerful," another commented.

In December, LaBeouf and Qualley were spotted packing on PDA a little over a week after Twigs filed a lawsuit against the actor for alleged "relentless abuse," including sexual battery, assault and emotional distress. He had picked her up at the airport after a flight, and they were photographed kissing and canoodling when they reached his pickup truck.

LaBeouf and Qualley's sighting at the airport came two months after they stripped naked and romped on a bed for her sister Rainey Qualley's music video for "Love Me Like You Hate Me." Qualley and LaBeouf split in early January because "they were in different places in their lives," an unnamed source told People.

Amid Twigs' lawsuit, LaBeouf is seeking "long-term inpatient treatment," according to his lawyer, Shawn Holley. The lawyer also disputed the claims that he wasn't willing to settle the matter privately.

"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.

"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."

LaBeouf and Hollywood talent agency CAA parted ways earlier this month. The decision was reportedly mutual. Meanwhile, LaBeouf is currently living at an inpatient facility where he has been receiving treatment, and it remains unknown when he will be released as it will depend on his recovery.

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Shia LaBeouf, pictured at the 'American Honey' photocall at 2016 Cannes Film Festival in France, the actor was arrested in Georgia. Getty Images