Here’s the exchange, which ended in the creator and star of HBO comedy “Girls” admitting that the former “Even Stevens” star made an effective response.
LaBeouf has been plagiarizing a variety of apologies since his short film “HowardCantour.com” was discovered to have an awful lot in common with Clowes’ 2007 comic “Justin M. Damiano.”
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“I f–ked up,” LaBeouf declared last month before tweeting a longer apology, which was identified to be quite similar to a comment in Yahoo answers from four years ago.
LaBeouf’s idea to plagiarize Dunham’s apology may not have been all that original either, providing he took a look at the second comment to Dunham’s tweet, which was made 15 minutes before his response.