A beaming Jonah Hill looked slimmer than ever as he debuted a buzz cut Saturday amid his mounting scandal.
The typically wooly-faced, long-haired actor — who has been staying relatively under the radar since his ex-girlfriend Sarah Brady and actress Alexa Nikolas both accused him of abuse — stepped out for an afternoon outing in Malibu, Calif., with a shaved head and a trimmed-down beard.
Hill, 39, flashed a big smile for photographers while showing off his weight loss in a pair of brown slacks and a tucked-in blue T-shirt.
Just last month, Hill was seen surfing in Malibu, but he had a long scraggly beard and mad scientist-esque curls at the time. Since then, he appears to have trimmed off his hair and shed even more pounds.
Hill materialized with his cheerful facade and svelte frame Saturday despite being wrapped up in several controversies this summer.
In July, Brady, a surf instructor, accused the “Superbad” star of being emotionally abusive and shared screen recordings of alleged text conversations in which he told her not to wear a bathing suit on social media.
Hill also allegedly texted Brady, 24, demanding that she not have “boundaryless [sic] inappropriate friendships with men” or “friendships with women who are in unstable places” if she wanted to remain his girlfriend.
Hill and Millar welcomed their first child in the spring.
But Brady wasn’t the only woman to accuse her ex of harmful behavior.
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“Zoey 101” alum Nikolas, 31, alleged last month that Hill had “slammed” her against a door and “shoved his tongue” down her throat when she was just 16.
The “21 Jump Street” star addressed Nikolas’ allegations via a statement through his attorneys, calling them “a complete fabrication.”
Brady, meanwhile, showed her support for Nikolas, calling the actress “brave” for sharing her “scary” story about Hill’s alleged assault.
The “You People” star has yet to directly address Brady’s accusations. However, he did seemingly send a cryptic message by hawking an “emotional baggage tote” as their alleged private conversations made headlines.