Celebaby: What About The Kids Charlie?
Charlie Sheen's been making some pretty explosive headlines lately.
He's all over the papers and I listened to snippets of an interview with him on Radio 4 (the actual interview was between Charlie Sheen and Piers Morgan on CNN) and I lost any vageries of respect I might have had for him.
I've only glanced over the headlines in the papers, but in this interview he was arrogant and boastful about the amount of drugs he could take and not end up dead, "You should see how I party - it was epic. The run I was on made Sinatra, Flynn, Jagger and Ricahrds looke like droopy-eyed, armless children." Oh please.
Pictures came to light, last week, of his two 23-month old twin sons (Bob and Max) being removed from his care by police after his ex, Brooke Mueller, won a restraining order in Los Angeles Superior Court having alleged that Sheen had been physically and verbally abusive to her.
In the court papers she said, "I am very concerned that [Sheen] is currently insane. I am in great fear that he will find me and attack me and I am in great fear for the children's safety while in his care."
Charlie Sheen is also banned from communicating with Brooke Mueller or being within 100 yards of her or the children.
He currently has two live-in girlfriends and, according to Charlie Sheen, his life makes 'Hugh Heffner look like an amateur' (my skin is now crawling, writing this by the way) and he couldn't care less whether or not his fans aren't feeling so comfortable with everything that's going on, saying, "That's how I roll. And if it's too gnarly for people, then buh-bye."
Bob and Max aren't his only two children who, mercifully, are too young to be able to remember this - although having it documented all over the world's press will make it all too easy for them to find out about it later on - he also has two girls with actress Denise Richards.
Denise has recently spoken about how difficult it is to keep them from hearing the news about their father and also took to Twitter, saying, "Can't even have the radio on in car with my girls given the news…thank God for XM Radio Disney!! Thank you!!!!"
Martin Sheen, Charlie's actor father, and other members of his family have tried to intervene and help, "'I appreciate their love and compassion if that's what you want to call it but I'm 45-years-old and I'm not interested in people treating me like a 12-year-old"
Well perhaps he should start acting like a 45-year-old (and a very ropey looking 45-year-old at that!), less like a spoiled child and start taking a good long look at the horrendous example he's setting his children.
I, for one, will not be watching anything with Charlie Sheen in it again and can only hope all his kids come out of this as unscathed as possible.
TOPICS: News and Recalls