Shia LaBeouf must be really sorry for plagiarizing comic book writer Daniel Clowes, because he just apologized via skywriting!
It’s a good thing that the actor tweeted a pic of the mea culpa, because Clowes actually lives in Oakland, according to his Twitter account.
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LaBeouf had already apologized for lifting content from Clowes' comic book “Justin M. Damiano” for use in his short film, “HowardCantour.com.”
After telling the world he "f**ked up," Shia began tweeting past public apologies from stars like Tiger Woods and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.