Unfortunaly that part isn't supported by LUFA - you'd need one of the parts that contain a hardware USB module. For the ATTINY85 you might be able to run a pure software USB stack such as V-USB on it, although it would only allow you to implement low speed USB devices such as a keyboard or mouse.
Or am I mistake about tiny working on lufa?
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