Charlie Sheen Heeds Mel Gibson’s Advice,Insists That He Is Not In Trouble

Charlie Sheen
Troubled actor Charlie Sheen has been receiving advice from a fellow actor,who shares the same piece of cake with him.

In the recent troubles that bombarded the former matinée idol, an award winning actor-director in the persona of Mel Gibson – a veteran from the same issues Charlie is facing, gives the Two and-a Half Men some unsolicited advice.

The 45 year old actor,whose show Two and a Half Men has been suspended due to his misdemeanor and wild antics,believed that he is behaving in propriety as some of his superstar friends,the likes of Mel Gibson and Sean Penn,have reassured him that his behavior is acceptable and there’s nothing wrong with him.

“[Mel] was just, you know, not calling for any advice, just like thought you might like to hear a friendly voice. He was a stone cold dude. I was really impressed,” Charlie said.

“Sean Penn was over the other night. He was happy to see me. We had a few laughs. We took a photo on the couch. He was on my show, the episode that he did.”

The adviser,Braveheart star,Mel Gibson,has had his share of troubles in his personal life similar to Charlie’s predicament.Gibson infamously launched into an obscene anti-Semitic tirade against police officers when he was arrested in July 2006 for driving under the influence (DUI), while in recent months he has been accused by his ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva of assaulting her and being abusive when drunk.

On the other hand,the man who accepts Gibson’s advice,Charlie Sheen has been receiving home rehab treatment following several reported alcohol and cocaine binges .

“No, they wouldn’t be my best friends … They know me,” he said. “They know who I am, and they have known me for a long time. And plus they’ve been in similar situations where you’re sort of trying to balance — not trying, balancing fame and work and, you know, all the family components and everything else that comes along with it.”

While Charlie insists his drink and drug use is not out of hand, he has considered the possibility his lifestyle might kill him.

“Have I thought I might die? Probably more subconsciously, not so much at the forefront of, you know, within the scenario or whatever’s taking place,” he said.

“Of course it had crossed my mind. I’d be a liar if I sat here and said it hadn’t. But not to the point where I ever felt like I was blacking out or passing out or, you know, having a giant heart pain or something like that.”

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