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[Gossip] Shia LaBeouf ‘Apologizes’ to Creator He Plagiarized with Sky Written Message
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 01.01.2014



Actor Shia LaBeouf, who has recently been accused of plagiarizing comic book creator Daniel Clowes with the short film HowardCantour.com, has apparently decided to take his "apology" to Clowes another step further.

He hired the company Skywriting Aerial Ad to skywrite an apology for Clowes and posted an image of the apology on his Twitter account. You can check out LaBeouf's tweet and an image of the message below. There are also some additional images of the message from the Skywriting Aerial Ad company from their own Twitter account.













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