FKA Twigs steps out for first time since claiming ex Shia LaBeouf nearly 'killed' her in tearful TV interview

FKA Twigs was just spotted out walking around New York City for the first time since revealing her ex Shia LaBeouf allegedly almost "killed" her.

The 33-year-old opened up about her past relationship with the actor in her first TV interview since claiming the abuse.

FKA Twigs kept things casual while out and about on Wednesday.

She wore a vintage baseball hat, with her blonde hair loose down her back. 

The singer kept the brim of the cap down low and had her face covered with a mask.

Keeping warm, the 33-year-old wore a loose shirt, a grey scarf around her neck, and a pair of baggy sweatpants.

She kept her personal items safe in a classic black Chanel waist bag that sat on her front.

A houndstooth trench coat was her outerwear of choice for the outing, and she opted for a pair of thick-soled combat boots as her comfortable footwear of the day.

The coat flared open from the winter breeze as she crossed the city streets.

While on the corner, she appeared to tap out some messages on her phone, continuing to do so as she stepped onto the crosswalk.

After taking a couple steps, she continued to hold the phone in her hands but chose to lift her eyes from the screen and keep them more on the road and area around her as she crossed.

In her first television interview since alleging the abuse on Thursday, FKA Twigs spoke with journalist Gayle King on CBS This Morning about the moment Shia, 34, allegedly threatened her life after a fight.

She claimed that around Valentine's Day in 2019, the two took a "disturbing" trip to a spa in Palm Springs.

On their return drive to Los Angeles, he was "speeding down the motorway and saying that if I said I didn't love him and if I was going to leave him, he would smash the car to the side of a wall."

The singer – whose real name is Tahliah Debrett Barnett – claimed: "When I thought 'Wow, he needs so much control over me that he would kill us both.'

"Eventually, he pulled over to a gas station and I tried to unload my bags from the car and there were three men opposite the car and I remember thinking 'This is it, I'm done, I can't do this anymore.'

The 33-year-old then claimed that "he picked [her] up, threw [her] against the car, and started strangling [her]."

"That's when I realized I need help to get out of this relationship," she said as she claimed that the three men at the gas station didn't help and simply watched. "I felt so alone."

The British hitmaker then claimed she called a helpline for domestic abuse victims.

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call RAINN (Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network) at 800-656-HOPE (4673).

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