Just to be clear, Charlie Sheen is not some adorable scamp, he’s a piece of shit with a long history of violence against women, but if he wants to get high and apologize to prostitutes all day, by all means go for it. As long as he doesn’t…
- Shoot the girl, like he did to Kelly Preston. (imdb)
- Hit her in the back of the head if she refuses to sleep with him, like he did to a student at UCLA. (people)
- Fling her to the ground and split open her lip, which would require 7 stitches, like he did to Brittany Ashland. (e!)
- Hold a knife to her throat, like he did to Brooke Mueller. (daily mail)
- Threaten to kill her, like he did to Denise Richards and Capri Anderson. (people, daily news)
As long as he stops doing that, I could care less about how much coke he does or the jenga of STDs in his body that apparently void each other if you acquire enough. But his dad does apparently, and so he’s gonna try to get a conservatorship on him. Radar says…
“Charlie looks awful… he is very, very depressed and feels like the world is going against him. Charlie’s parents are discussing getting a conservatorship of their son. Martin and Janet know that it’s highly unlikely their petition would be granted, but they are trying to do whatever possible to save Charlie’s life.”
“Charlie is coughing a lot, and he doesn’t seem to care what he is doing to his body… Charlie truly thinks he is invincible, and that he can do as much drugs as possible with no ramifications.”
Martin Sheen recognizes “that Charlie isn’t rehabbing at home. That term just doesn’t exist. Charlie is calling the shots, he hasn’t surrendered to sobriety, and until that happens, this cycle won’t end. Charlie is absolutely refusing to go to rehab. He is a 45 year old man, and no one can force him to go. That is why his parents are exploring what legal options they have if any to save his life,” the insider told us.
Ok, whatever, but can we all agree that if he hits one more girl, we get to put a stick of dynamite in his ass and blow him up? Honestly, it seems fair at this point.