Charlie Sheen steals father's credit card to pay for prostitute. Shocker.
Charlie Sheen is the gift that keeps on giving. Every now and then without FAIL he gives us a juicy story to write and for that, we thank him.
So Charlie, this whole falling off your rocker thing isn't just something that's started in the last few years, no? You've been 'winning' - as you like to put it - since the age of 15 when you stole your dad's credit card for a night with a prostitute, is that right?
What a ledge. (I do hope sarcasm translates through text.)
In a rare interview with Playboy, the former Two and a Half Men star revealed how he swiped Martin Sheen's credit card so that he could lose his virginity to a Las Vegas prostitute at the tender age of 15.
As you'd expect, Sheen told the magazine that he doesn't regret what he did. Had he not paid for sex with a brasser, he might not have turned out to be the fine human being he is today. (Ahem) Imagine a world with a normal Charlie Sheen? How boring. Showing some sign of decency however, Sheen did admit to feeling a bit bad when his Dad found out about the transaction later on:
As per Digital Spy, he said: "I'm watching TV in our living room, and he's in his office 20 feet away… All of a sudden a piece of paper falls in front of me… It's his Visa bill. There's one thing circled, and it's [for] $350. There's an arrow pointing to it and three words: 'What is this?'... He had gone back into my bedroom and was just waiting for me… That was a long walk… I was like a defence attorney going to trial against video evidence"
Clearly you can f*ck up in all sorts of ways throughout your life and not give much of a hoot but when it comes to being on the receiving end of a disappointed parent, not even Charlie Sheen is impervious to that kind of guilt.
Story by Caroline Foran | 12:07 | Friday 6th July 2012 | Gossip
I'm not herePosted 14:20 | Fri 6th Jul 2012
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