Jonah Hill looked like a changed man when he was spotted taking a stroll Saturday in Malibu.
The “Superbad” star, 39, was unrecognizable during his walk, showing off a slipper figure while out and about over the weekend.
The funnyman’s tattoos were on full display in a white tee and his signature curly hair was buzzed off. He also donned chocolate-brown slacks and white sneakers for his outing.
Hill flashed a bright smile for photographers as he held onto a black folder and hopped into his vehicle.
The pro surfer claimed in a series of explosive Instagram stories last month that Hill would “gaslight” and “manipulate” her into removing photos of herself wearing a swimsuit.
She shared a plethora of texts between her and the comedian, where he allegedly used “therapy speak” — a TikTok-fueled phrase used to describe the weapon of manipulation rather than an expression of vulnerability — to “control” and converse with her.
Brady also posted a screen recording of a message Hill allegedly sent her, in which he said that some of her photos were inappropriate and he wanted to create “boundaries” in their relationship.
In another post of the reported messages, Brady said that “the fact that [Hill] calls himself a feminist now is laughable.”
The athlete also dropped a photo where she rocked a white crop top and matching shorts at the time, captioning it: “Reviving a pic I took down by request of a narcissistic misogynist.”
Hill was also accused by “Zoey 101” star Alexa Nikolas on July 8 of sexual assault, shortly after Brady released her own accusations against Hill.
Nikolas, 31, alleged that the “You People” actor kissed her without her consent when she was 16 years old and offered her a cigarette while at a party hosted by actor Justin Long.
She detailed the incident on X — the social media platform formerly known as Twitter — and also claimed he “slammed me to the door and shoved his tongue down my throat.”
“I was so appalled I pushed him off of me and ran inside,” the former child actress wrote.
Hill has denied the allegations and his lawyers told Page Six that Nikolas’ story is “a complete fabrication.”
She also gave more insight into the event with the publication, saying that she “was a child so I obviously felt scared and angry.”
“Sadly, this wasn’t the first time I’ve been assaulted or objectified as a child,” she sighed.
On July 12, Brady even praised Nikolas for being honest with her testimony and sharing her experience.
Brady plastered on her Instagram Stories a medley of DMs between the two women.
“Thank you for being brave and sharing. I’m so sorry he did that to you,” she had written to the “Revelations” star.
Nikolas then penned to Brady: “Sending so much love and healing. You are a bad ass.”