Megan Fox shares intimate details about her personal life, including a miscarriage with Machine Gun Kelly, in her new book of poetry, "Pretty Boys Are Poisonous."
The actress, who has three children from a previous relationship with Brian Austin Green, opened up about the painful experience during an interview on Good Morning America.
The miscarriage is detailed in the final two poems of the book, titled "I" and "II," where Fox expresses her emotions and pain.
In addition to the miscarriage, Megan Fox also discusses her experiences in abusive relationships, both physically and psychologically, with "very famous people" in her book, without revealing their names.
The inspiration to write the book of poems came from an internal need to express herself, as she felt it was something she had to do for her own well-being.
While some of the poems use metaphors, Fox emphasizes that they are all based on real experiences, even though she chose not to include some of the most personal ones.
Machine Gun Kelly, whose real name is Colson Baker, encouraged and supported Megan Fox in writing the collection of poems.
One of Fox's proudest poems, titled "To Marry an Arsonist," was inspired by Machine Gun Kelly, whom she refers to as her "twin flame."
Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly's relationship has been closely followed by the media since they met on the set of the movie "Midnight in the Switchgrass" in March 2020, and despite their engagement in January 2022, they have experienced ups and downs.
Through her book of poetry, Megan Fox provides a candid and vulnerable glimpse into her personal life, touching on themes of loss, abuse, and the complexities of romantic relationships.