LaBeouf was the first to bring up a romantic connection between the pair dating back to their co-starring turns in the first two films in Michael Bay's "Transformers" franchise, which led to a fair bit of controversy in 2011 as Fox was still technically involved with Green at the time.
According to Hollywood Life, Fox and Green were on a break at the time, but neither was keen to talk about it publicly and they weren't all that thrilled LaBeouf had chosen to do so.
Apparently, enough time has passed now that when asked about LaBeouf's claims, Fox said, "I would confirm that it was romantic. I love him. I've never been really quiet about that. I love him."
Probably enough time and healing has passed that all three parties have been able to reconcile whatever was going on way back when. That said, Fox has admitted to a fiery temper, which caused a rift between her and Michael Bay, and even led to some bizarre revenge graffiti toward Green.
Check out the video above for her weirdly intellectual retaliation, and find out which Olsen twin she liked better.
Fox credited her own growing maturity since filming of the "Transformers" films for her role in "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," as it took a reconciliation with director Michael Bay to make it happen. And Fox said it was she who made the first move.
"I felt like, you know, I was young when a lot of that was happening and I was really self-righteous in my anger," Fox explained. "I thought I was right to speak the way that I spoke." Fox publicly described the director as "a nightmare to work with," saying he "wants to be like Hitler on his sets," as GQ reported at the time.
But with a little age and a little wisdom, her passions cooled, as they do for us all. "As I got a little older, I understood that regardless of whatever my issues were, they should always have remained private," she said. "Like, you should never blast someone like that in public.
Hilariously, she said that when she reached out to him with fond wishes for the third "Transformers" film, which she was not involved with, he shot back, "Who is this?" like something out of Mariah Carey's playbook: "I don't know her."
But the pair worked out all their differences, with Bay understanding that this was in part who Fox was at the time, someone who said charged things just to get a response. And her reach out with the olive branch probably helped tremendously.
"I wanted to do 'Ninja Turtles,' I was a huge fan of it," Fox said of her role in Bay's next big comic book franchise."At that point Michael [Bay] and I were really good. I mean, I get invited to his Christmas parties. We're BFFs, so it's fine."
She said this last with a bit of a valley girl smirk. This was a Megan Fox at peace with herself. Her marriage to Green is going strong, she's reconciled with Bay and she's even able to acknowledge her past with LaBeouf.
She even went so far as to say she'd be up for a cameo in a future "Transformers" film, though she thinks the franchise has moved so far beyond that it wouldn't make much sense. But that's her assuming "Transformers" films make any sense at all.
Megan Fox tries to make sense of ancient cultures and history in her new docu-series "Mysteries and Myths with Megan Fox," coming soon to the Travel Channel.