Pandora's Box Opened: Megan Fox Admits All About Abuse In Her Poetry Collection

Megan Fox's debut poetry collection, "Pretty Boys Are Poisonous," delves into intimate thoughts and explores the intricacies of love breakdowns

by Sededin Dedovic
Pandora's Box Opened: Megan Fox Admits All About Abuse In Her Poetry Collection
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Actress and model Megan Fox recently unveiled a deeply personal facet of her life with the release of her inaugural poetry collection, "Pretty Boys Are Poisonous." In this revealing compilation, Fox delves into the recesses of her thoughts, candidly exploring love's intricacies and the tumultuous breakdowns she has endured.

Among the poignant revelations, Megan bravely discloses the heart-wrenching experience of a miscarriage during her relationship with musician Machine Gun Kelly. Yet, the collection isn't confined to the present; it unearths Megan's past encounters, shedding light on the less-than-favorable treatment she received from some of her previous partners.

In a powerful poem titled "Oxycodone and Tequila," Fox alludes to an abusive relationship without explicitly naming the perpetrator. The verses depict a painful scene where she recounts deviating from an expected path and subsequently facing brutal physical repercussions: "Today my sin was that I followed your friend to the table / instead of waiting for you to take me.

You hit me. And again. And again." The unsettling narrative of abuse resurfaces in another piece titled "don't worry honey," where Megan paints a vivid picture of concealing the aftermath, stating: "The morning after you hurt me, I'd wake up and make you coffee, put on a tracksuit so you don't have to look at the bruises you left.

Imagine all the girls who don't get hurt because they laugh at another boy's jokes." Despite the profound vulnerability expressed in her poetry, Megan Fox refrains from explicitly naming her abusers. In an interview with "Good Morning America," she affirmed her reluctance to divulge names while emphasizing the significance of initiating crucial conversations about abuse.

Opening a window into her healing process, Fox reveals that, had it not been for her celebrity status, she might have penned more songs akin to "Oxycodone and Tequila." However, the fear of excessive scrutiny deterred her from doing so.

Speculation abounds among her fans regarding the identity of the alleged abuser, with some pointing to actor Shia LaBeouf, her co-star in the "Transformers" series. Although Megan and Shia briefly dated during the filming of the first two movies, their relationship was initially concealed from the public.

While Megan has not explicitly confirmed the identity of her abuser, her willingness to address the issue underscores the importance of dialogue surrounding abusive relationships, a conversation she courageously contributes to through her poetic revelations.