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Shia LaBeouf

Storms Out Of Press Conference

Paper Bags Own Head

2/9/2014 10:02 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF
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Shia LaBeouf proved he's dying for attention during the premiere of his new movie Sunday ... by storming out of a press conference in Germany ... then showing up to the red carpet with a paper bag over his head.

Shia attended a press conference in Berlin for Lars von Trier's "Nymphomaniac" ... and ten minutes in used a famous quote from a French soccer player to answer a reporter's question.

Shia -- who was missing a bottom tooth -- said, "When the seagulls follow the trawler, it's because they think sardines will be thrown into the sea. Thank you very much." Then walked off stage.

And if that wasn't thirsty enough ... he showed up to the actual premiere less than an hour later with a brown paper bag over his head (pictured below) that said "I am not famous anymore."

Britney Spears called ... she wants her meltdown back.



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He's doing a Charlie Sheen

219 days ago


I am surprised nothing was mentioned how he drank water during his ''trawler'' comment and purposely let the water run out of his mouth through the spot of a missing tooth. I think someone is a liar if they watched that and said it was not funny. It is obviously he is ''acting'' , and is rather humorous. Yes...he has done a dozen bizarre things just in about one week's time, but they are all fake. He may be strange, but the stunts are what makes him that way. It will be interesting to see where this leads him. He is still young and I expect him to remain in movies for many years to come. That said, I wish that was not true.

218 days ago


yes, he is very clearly mentally ill. someone in his family should come to his aid, but he is probably bipolar with narcissistic personality disorder and that is one hell of a combo for family members to deal with

84 days ago
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