People spend their money on all sorts of crazy things—for example, Shake Weights and baby powder pink Hummers. But it still baffles me that folks are paying upwards of $80 to see Charlie Sheen‘s “Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not An Option” tour. I mean, his rantings are all over the interwebs … for free.
Apparently, the appeal of the show isn’t to love on Sheen. Judging from the reaction he got opening night, maybe it’s to hate on him, too. Keep reading »
Looks like there’s a new goddess in town. The Sun has identified a third woman who is part of Charlie Sheen‘s harem, 26-year-old Megan Levant. The two apparently met at the Playboy mansion a while ago, and she’s told friends that they have been dating for a few months. Supposedly, she was also aboard a yacht last month with Charlie, Natalie Kenly, and Rachel Oberlin and more recently has been seen at Charlie’s Sober Valley Lodge. Somehow, she managed to stay out of the public eye until now.
So who is Megan? The details after the jump. Keep reading »
“[He] wasn’t doing a good job at first. I said, ‘You gotta really let it out man! You gotta let it out and bust this stuff.’ He showed me how to do films and make money, and I showed him out to lose a lot of money by smashing up hotel rooms.”
—Bret Michaels tells “Access Hollywood” that he gave Charlie Sheen a crash course into how to smash up a hotel room. In return, we can only hope Charlie gave Bret some of the drug he calls Charlie Sheen. [NY Daily News] Keep reading »
At first glance the similarities between Lindsay Lohan and Charlie Sheen seem to trump their differences. Both were wildly successful in their own rights — she in teen flicks, he in sitcoms. Both have addiction and relationship dramas, both have daddy issues and both screw up. A lot.
But while Sheen seems to be encased in kryptonic armor protecting him and his bank account from all of his misdeeds, Lohan can’t even keep a movie gig, and no one wants to pay her to do much of anything, even sell tights.
What gives? Is it a male/female thing? The age difference? I don’t think so. Sheen has simply made better personal branding choices. He gives America the product they want. Read more… Keep reading »