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Shia LaBeouf sky-writes his latest apology for plagiarism

Shia LaBeouf is really sorry. He's really, really sorry that his short film was a total rip-off of a graphic novel by Daniel Clowes, and he took to the sky on Wednesday to continue to drive that point home.

After weeks of apologizing via Twitter, LaBeouf upped the ante by tweeting a photo of a skywritten message to Clowes.

CLOUD: -+vapor+floating+in+the+atmosphere -+remote+servers+used+to+SHARE+DATA -+to+make+LESS+CLEAR+or+TRANSPARENT+pic.twitter.com/jw9JlEi791


LaBeouf was called out in December after his short film, "HowardCantour.com," hit the Internet. The 27-year-old actor/filmmaker was quickly accused of stealing his idea from Clowes' 2007 comic, "Justin M. Damiano."

Since then, LaBeouf has even been accused of plagiarizing his apologies.