Megan Fox was in 'abusive relationships' with 'very famous' people

Megan Fox reveals she was in ‘several abusive relationships’ with ‘some very famous people’ – as she opens up about how writing about the ‘horrific’ experiences in new poetry book helped her to overcome the trauma

  • Megan, 37, has written about the loss in her new book Pretty Boys Are Poisonous
  • Transformers star says she and the singer dealt with it ‘together and apart’
  • Actress also opened up about being involved in ‘several abusive relationships’
  • READ MORE: Megan shares relationship advice in new poetry book

Megan Fox has revealed that she was involved in ‘several abusive relationships’ with ‘very famous people’ as she opened up about her decision to document the ‘horrific’ experiences in her new poetry book. 

The actress, 37, who has been engaged to Machine Gun Kelly since January 2022, has penned a book of poems – Pretty Boys Are Poisonous – which details her loss, as well as her past ‘abusive’ relationships with some ‘very famous’ people, and her experience in Hollywood.

Speaking on Good Morning America, Megan opened up about her past connections with some well-known people that ‘no one knows’ about.

‘I have only been publicly connected to a few people… but I shared energy with, I guess we could say, [with people] who were horrific and also very famous, very famous people, but no one knows that I was involved with those people,’ she said. 

Megan Fox has opened up publicly for the first time about a pregnancy loss she experienced with her fiancé Machine Gun Kelly

Megan, 37, explained how the loss sent her and the 33-year-old singer on a ‘wild journey’

The couple, pictured here in September 2023, have been engaged since January 2022

Megan admitted that she felt the need to start writing poetry about her past experiences because it was ‘something inside of me that had to come out because it was going to make me sick’.

The Jennifer’s Body star confirmed that some of the book is ‘definitely a metaphor’ for how she was treated in Hollywood, but also stressed: ‘None of it is what I would call fictional, those are all real life experiences that I had. 

‘This is not an expose that I wrote or a memoir. But throughout my life, I have been in at least one physically abusive relationship and several psychologically very abusive relationships.’

She continued: ‘I wrote a lot of things that didn’t make it into the book because I was like, this is maybe for God’s only. Some of it is too much when you are a known person.

‘If I had the freedom of just being a poet and people not really wanting to dig too much into my personal life, I would have included more entries like that.’ 

During the interview, she also explained how the ‘very difficult’ miscarriage sent her and Kelly – real name Colson Baker – on a ‘very wild journey together and separately’.

‘I had never been through anything like that before in my life, I have three kids,’ she said in a pre-recorded segment on Tuesday’s show. 

‘So it was very difficult for both of us and it sent us on a very wild journey together and separately, and together and apart, and together and apart, and together and apart trying to navigate what does this mean and why did this happen.’ 

The Transformers star spoke about her loss to Good Morning America’s Kayna Whitworth

Megan and Machine Gun Kelly – real name Colson Baker – pictured together on October 27, 2023

Megan was married to Beverly Hills, 90210 actor Brian Austin Green from 2010 until 2021

The Transformers star, who has three children Noah Shannon, 11, Bodhi Ransom, nine, and seven-year-old Journey River with her ex-husband Brian Austin Green, writes about an ultrasound of a baby girl at 10 weeks in her new book. 

Lines from one poem include: ‘I want to hold your hand / hear your laugh… but now / I have to say / goodbye.’

She also writes: ‘I will pay any price. Tell me please / what is the ransom / for her soul?’

Back in May 2022, Machine Gun Kelly appeared to refer to their loss when he dedicated his Billboard Music Awards performance of his song Twin Flame to Megan, and said: ‘And this is for our unborn child.’

The actress said the book is a message to women that they don’t need to remain silent, adding: ‘It gives an elegant place for your pain to live, to put it into art makes it useful to other people so you don’t just suffer with it on your own.’ 

Megan and Kelly went public with their relationship in June 2020, just one month after it was confirmed that she had split from her then-husband Brian.

Megan and Brian’s divorce was finalized on October 15, 2021, just three months before she announced her engagement to Machine Gun Kelly.

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