Shia LaBeouf caught on camera in huge fight with girlfriend Mia Goth in Germany.

Shia LaBeouf Caught on Video in Disturbing Confrontation with Girlfriend, Mia Goth

Troubled actor Shia LaBeouf is starring in a new drama of the wrong kind – a heated exchange with girlfriend Mia Goth in Germany Friday night that was caught on camera.

An upset LaBeouf later told a fan recording the incident, “If I’d have stayed there, I would have killed her.”

In the footage obtained by Entertainment Tonight shows, the “Fury” star exits a taxi begging for his backpack from the actress, who was in Tuingen, Germany filming a horror movie.

“I don’t wanna touch a woman. I don’t want to hit a woman,” he can be heard saying.

“I don’t want to hit you. I don’t wanna be aggressive.

“This is the kind of s— that makes a person abusive. I just want my bag.”

On Saturday, the German tabloid, Pure Stars, reported that Goth was seen with a black eye, according to ET.

Happier Times: Lebeouf and Goth stroll through Studio City, Los Angeles, in February.
Happier Times: Lebeouf and Goth stroll through Studio City, Los Angeles, in February.

The couple met during filming of the NC-17 sex drama, “Nymphomaniac,” and have been linked romantically for three years. Photos of a large ring on Goth’s finger in March sparked speculation that they were engaged.

Despite Goth’s entreaties to stay, the actor leaves with a band of local fans who swarmed around the celebrities, accepting a lift to the airport so he could catch a flight to Texas .

“I don’t have a home, this is my home,” he says in the video, while pointing to his backpack.

“Yo, if I would have stayed there I would have killed her.”

At one point during the ride, he’s filmed making an unsuccessful attempt to Facetime his “Transformers” co-star Megan Fox.

LaBeouf, who checked himself into rehab for alcohol abuse last year after an arrest for disrupting a performance of the Broadway musical “Cabaret,” seems to be slurring his words on the video, but its unclear if he was impaired at the time.

He later looks into the camera and promises his new friends that if they travel to Los Angeles, “I’ll pick you up in my car, you come and stay at my house.”

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