Shia LaBeouf reportedly sustained a head and hand injury while filming on the set of his film ‘American Honey’.
Recently Shia LaBeouf sustained injuries to his head and hand after a stunt went wrong during filming of ‘American Honey’. Shia reportedly received 20 stitches on his head and finger along with 13 staples due to the bloody injury on the left side of his head and his index finger.
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The incident occurred in North Dakota on early Wednesday morning when Shia was supposed to put his head through a glass window in a stunt, which went horribly wrong. The actor was then sent to the hospital nearby to treat his injuries, and then sent home.
A representative of the actor issued a statement saying Shia did indeed receive minimal injuries on the set of his film ‘American Honey’ but he received immediate medical attention as protocol. Shia is expected to recover soon and return to the set of ‘American Honey’ on Thursday.
Shia's rep told TMZ, "Shia LaBeouf sustained minimal injuries late last night on the set of his current film, 'American Honey.' As protocol, production sought out medical attention and Shia received stitches on his hand and for a laceration on his head. He is due back on set [Thursday]."
It seems Shia must have gotten really emotional when it came to the stunts, since the actor previously released a video saying people should ‘Just Do It’. In the video Shia compelled people to follow their dreams and make them come true because it isn’t enough they just get out of their beds to go to work but they need to conquer the world. Shia stated nothing is impossible and don’t stop trying and just do it.
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Shia has certainly taken his own advice to heart since he has been busy with many projects other than acting as he also called acting equivalent to ‘Slaving’. Shia recently also appeared in the ‘Elastic Heart’ music video for Sia and has been seen taking part in the metamodern performance arts, which constitutes live streaming your heart beat.