Megan Fox has fiercely defended her children and hit back at a former alleged neighbour who claims she ‘forced’ her sons to wear girls’ clothes.
Fox, 37, is an actress best known for her roles in films such as Transformers and Jennifer’s Body, as well as her appearances in various TV shows.
The Till Death actress has three children – Noah Shannon, 10, Bodhi Ransom, 9, and Journey River, 6.
Now, Fox has spoken out after a US politician – who allegedly used to live near her – made negative comments about her parenting.
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Fox has responded to the allegations made by Robby Starbuck, who claims that she forces her sons to wear girls’ clothes.
In an Instagram post, Fox addressed Starbuck, calling him a ‘clout chaser’ and expressing her reluctance to give him attention.
The This Is 40 star wrote: “I really don’t want to give you this attention because clearly you’re a clout chaser,” Fox wrote alongside a screenshot of the former Congress candidate’s tweet.
“But let me teach you something…
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“Irregardless of how desperate you may become at any given time to acquire wealth, power, success, or fame – never use children as leverage or social currency.
“Especially under malevolent and erroneous pretence.”
Fox, who shares three sons with her ex-husband Brian Austin Green, accused Starbuck of exploiting her child’s gender identity.
Referring to her past experiences with similar attacks, Fox asserted her resilience and warned Starbuck that he had picked the wrong fight, declaring: “You f***ed with the wrong witch.”
Starbuck, who identifies as a ‘free thinker’, posted a tweet containing a photograph of Fox walking with her sons, claiming that he witnessed two of them experiencing a breakdown where they allegedly stated they were forced to wear girls’ clothes by their mother.
According to Starbuck, a nanny and another witness were present during the incident, which he said occurred five years ago.
He clarified that only one of Fox’s children was involved, with the other chiming in.
Starbuck, a director and producer, further suggested that he had previously worked with Fox and found her to be kind, making the alleged incident all the more surprising to him.
Although Starbuck claimed he refrained from making the incident public earlier due to the young age of the children and their expressed desire to wear ‘boy clothes’, Brian Austin Green, Fox’s former husband, has also refuted Starbuck’s claims.
“There are only a few people in their world that can actually verify whether or not a story like this is true and I can tell you with absolute certainty it is not,” the Beverly Hills, 90210 star told TMZ.
“This person trying to claim this is true is a perfect example of someone with selfish motives that does not care about negatively affecting a parent-child relationship.”
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Last year, Fox said that her son Noah had previously faced bullying over his choice to wear dresses.
Sharing her concerns as a mother, she expressed a wish for a more accepting society, acknowledging her child’s bravery and the purpose behind their unique journey.
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