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Saturday 23 August 2014

Shia LaBeouf single

Shia LaBeouf

Shia LaBeouf has reportedly broken up with his girlfriend Karolyn Pho.

The Transformers actor and the fashion designer dated for almost two years.

Us Weekly magazine reports that Shia called it quits with Karolyn "a while ago."

The pair met at a karaoke club in Echo Park in 2011 and immediately hit it off.

Apparently Shia and Karolyn's relationship became extremely tense when he revealed that he might be having real sex while filming provocative director Lars von Trier's upcoming feature Nymphomaniac.

Karolyn just couldn't accept the prospect of her beau fornicating with another woman.

"She wants him to do the film, because Shia was desperate to work with Lars - he's such a hero of his," a source told Radar Online a few months back.

"But Karolyn doesn't want him having sex with somebody else - simple. She's begged Shia to ask Lars if it's possible to make the scenes appear real, rather than shoot them real."

Before dating Karolyn, Shia was in a yearlong relationship with his Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps co-star Carey Mulligan. Carey is now happily married to musician Marcus Mumford.

Shia was seen flirting a blonde at Magic Castle in Los Angeles recently.

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