Charlie Sheen just can’t stop talking, can he? Over the weekend, he invited cameras into his home and introduced them to his two “goddesses”—a porn star named “Rach” and a model named “Natty“—the two women who are living in his home, which Sheen has now fittingly dubbed the “Sober Valley Lodge.” On one hand, these two ladies sound like glorified babysitters. “We run errands, we eat, we play with the kids. We watch movies,” Natty describes in the clip above. But on the other, their arrangement sounds pretty dirty. “We have two beds in the bedroom and it is a 2-1 switch off,” Charlie explained to Howard Stern. “They will take a separate bed and then I have to choose.”
But their connection is deep, Charlie swears. “These women don’t judge me. They don’t lead with opinion. They don’t — they don’t — they don’t lead with their own needs all the time,” he explained. “Maybe the three of us will get married. I don’t know. It’s a polygamy story. It’s a polygamy story. All my guy friends are gonna like throw tomatoes at me. It’s like an organic union of the hearts.”
So who are these two? After the jump, all you need to know about Natalie Kenly and Rachel Oberlin. Keep reading »
Anna Goldfarb at the blog Shmitten Kitten has an active imagination. This post originally appeared on her blog. Enjoy!
Charlie Sheen is a nutjob so I used his real quotes and imagined we were on a blind date. Enjoy:
Me: Thanks for meeting me here. I’ve heard good things about this place.
Charlie: I’m still alive, which is pretty cool.
Me: Yeah, it is. Janet told me a lot of things about you. Most of it was good. (laughs nervously)
Charlie: I have a 10,000-year-old brain and the boogers of a seven-year-old. Keep reading »
“I never change the channel in my trailer. I just watch reruns of ‘House of Payne’ and ‘Two and a Half Men.’ … I like crazy people who don’t give a f***.”
—Robert Pattinson reveals in Vanity Fair that he is a big fan of “Two and a Half Men” and its star, Charlie Sheen. Wonder what he thinks of the events of this week? Perhaps Robert is bad-ass enough to handle the drug that is Charlie Sheen?
After the jump, Rob reveals the favorite actress he’s worked with thus far. Keep reading »
“I am on a drug. It’s called … Charlie Sheen. It’s not available because if you try it once, you will die. Your face will melt off and children will weep over your exploded body. Too much? I woke up and decided I’ve been kicked around, I’ve been criticized, I’ve been the aww shucks guy with this bitchin’ rock star life and I’m finally going to completely embrace it. I’m gonna wrap both arms around it and love it violently.”
—Charlie Sheen talks to “20/20″ about his recent woes, and rants lots more about “Two and a Half Men” creator Chuck Lorre and CBS, who he says he plans to sue for canceling his show for the remainder of the season. All I have to say is—whoa, dude. That is too much.
After the jump, Charlie on “The Today Show,” for more good-time lunacy. Keep reading »
Full disclosure: I find “Two and a Half Men” to be one of the more intolerable shows on television, so I can’t say that I’m terribly upset the show has been put on indefinite hiatus following Charlie Sheen’s epic, ongoing meltdown. Oh yes, ongoing! Charlie apparently didn’t get everything off his chest when he called in to “The Alex Jones Show” on Thursday, so he gave Pat O’Brien’s radio show a ring yesterday and dropped a load there as well. (A fitting choice, as O’Brien — back when he was a host on “Access Hollywood” — was famously busted on tape saying “Let’s hire a hooker, let’s get some coke.” So, you know, they share some common interests.) Read some of the more coo-coo bananas quotes — with guest appearances by Eminem, sandwiches, and hand jobs! — after the jump… Keep reading »
Well, folks, it’s a wrap for the rest of the season of “Two and a Half Men.” Because of Charlie Sheen’s antics, including his latest radio rant on “The Alex Jones Show,” show creator Chuck Lorre announced yesterday that CBS would discontinue production. After the jump, the crazypants comments that singlehandedly sunk the ship. If you can even make sense of most of it. Somebody please throw Mr. Sheen a life raft. He has gone overboard. And taken the rest of the crew with him. Keep reading »
Charlie Sheen has apparently convinced Brooke Mueller to move into a mansion in his neighborhood so it’s easier for him to see his kids between coke sandwiches and is even working on getting Denise Richards in on the same deal. So basically he’s taking Clam Manor in a less alarming direction – for now. He’s very persuasive. RadarOnline reports:
According to a source close to the situation Charlie wants to buy BOTH of his exes, Brooke and Denise Richards mansions at the swanky gated complex, Mullholland Estates, where he currently resides.
And Brooke Mueller is extremely keen on the idea, as a source tells RadarOnline.com exclusively that she is “planning on taking Charlie up on his very generous offer. Brooke thinks its a great idea because Charlie can see their twin sons on a daily basis.
Read more… Keep reading »
“Charlie and I tried to use protection. … I kept having to put it on again. I don’t want people to think I just had sex with him and didn’t try to use one.”
— Porn star — and ex-Kevin Federline paramour — Kacey Jordan told Radar Online she had an abortion after sleeping with a likely-drunk-and/or-on-drugs Charlie Sheen (or possibly another unnamed celeb). But she still has some standards, people. [Radar Online] Keep reading »
Want to get personal phone call from Christian Slater (yes!) and Charlie Sheen (hell no!)? Lindsay Lohan has a foolproof strategy—get in trouble with the law and then go to rehab. (Relax, people, that is a joke.) Both Christian and Charlie have apparently reached out to Lindsay. Christian tells Details magazine:
“Look, I could spend a lot of time kicking the s**t out of myself for the choices I made. I was dealing with alcoholism and addiction, and there was a lot to take on without much life experience. Addiction is not pretty, and you don’t fully understand it unless you’re dealing with it head-on. That’s why when I see other kids struggling, I will sometimes reach out to them—a call or an e-mail. … Sure, of course [I reached out to LiLo]. I appreciated the people who reached out to me. It’s a brutal position to be in. You feel alone and confused over where your life went and how you got yourself in this situation.”
Charlie had some thoughts for her, too. Keep reading »