The bizarre Shia LaBeouf plagiarism scandal continues.

Weeks after reportedly acknowledging that he borrowed from comic artist Daniel Clowes’s work on his first short film, “HowartCantour.com,” the actor has continued on his odd Twitter ranting.

Following a number of tweets in which he quoted from other apologies from public figures, he got in a bit of a Twitter tiff with “Girls” writer-actress Lena Dunham, “TVGuide” reports.

Dunham questioned his most recent effort at an apology, in which he hired a skywriter to write “I Am Sorry Daniel Clowes” in Los Angeles. She tweeted:


Recognizing that she was talking about him, LaBeouf posted a familiar apology, one that almost exactly mirrored Dunham’s own mea culpa after she
tweeted about an ill-conceived Halloween costume idea:

 “I’m addicted to lean & that s*** ain’t no joke,” he then added. “I can barely remember all the things I’ve done & said. However there’s no excuse 4 skywriting.”

Dunham noted that his latest apology was her, writing, “Touche, Louis Stevens.” She then concluded by stating, “Projecting a lot of rage against my 7th grade boyfriend on LaBeouf. Think this is the start of something really productive #2014.”

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