Charlie Sheen’s hand gesture can be read in so many ways. Like an “ok” sign, as in “my current tax situation is the opposite of this,” or the number three, as in the number of IRS agents who call his house on any given day demanding to know where Uncle Sam’s money is. Either way, Charlie Sheen is on the IRS’ shit list.
According to The Blast, Charlie owes $4,967,376.41 in taxes from 2015. That wasn’t such a great year for Charlie; 2015 was also the year Charlie disclosed his status as HIV-positive. What kind of work was Charlie doing to rack up almost $5 million, which I bet is mostly interest and fines, in taxes? Anger Management ran from 2012-2014, and his 9/11 movie didn’t come out and bomb in theaters until 2017. Maybe all that money is what he owes on his Two and a Half Men residuals from the reruns that air all the time.
As for how or if Charlie is going to pay, I suppose he could use some of the money he’ll get if his $10 million Beverly Hills mansion ever sells.
All I know for sure is that Tori Spelling is probably smiling bigger than the average dental bus bench ad, because Charlie Sheen’s tax woes are nowhere close to hers. She only owed a couple hundred thousands dollars. Honestly, she should keep this information in her back pocket for the next time the IRS calls. “Okay yes I owe you tons of money, but if you think about it this way, I’m basically 1/8th of a Charlie Sheen, so….”
Charlie Sheen Has Settled His Lawsuit Against The National Enquirer Over Their Corey Haim Allegations
Back in November, actor/director Dominick Brascia publicly accused Charlie Sheen of raping Corey Haim on the set of the ’80s film Lucas. Charlie fully denied the allegations and and sued the National Enquirer, who published Dominick’s story, for defamation. TMZ says that Charlie and the National Enquirer have settled the lawsuit.
Corey Feldman might have been picking out his nicest fedora to wear in the event he was called as a character witness in court, but it sounds like it’s not ever going to get to that point. Charlie’s lawyers have requested the lawsuit be dismissed with prejudice, which means the lawsuit can’t be filed in the future. TMZ notes that’s usually a sign both parties have struck a deal they’re happy with. I figured that this meant that Mr. National Enquirer (basically a trash bag with googly eyes) shot their best pal Trump a text that said, “Little tight on cash – you mind loaning us some hush money for something?“. But according to sources that spoke with TMZ, there was no money involved in Charlie’s settlement and both sides are “fully satisfied” with the terms of their agreement.
Charlie Sheen hasn’t said anything about dropping his lawsuit, and you know what? I’m okay with that. This situation has been a mess from minute one, and I really don’t need it to turn even more awful by reading Charlie’s fried-brain rantings about how he won against the Enquirer. Even if he’s innocent like he maintains he is, maybe it’s time he just slowly backed away as far as possible from the legacy of Lucas. In fact, if someone could just re-cut Lucas into scenes featuring only Corey Haim and Winona Ryder, that would be much appreciated.
1986’s “nerdy kid triumphs” classic Lucas was forever ruined for us when The National Enquirer ran a story last month claiming 19-year-old cast member Charlie Sheen raped 13-year-old Corey Haim during filming. Multiversal super-wreck Charlie wasn’t chuffed by this accusation, and TMZ reports that he’s suing the Enquirer. You can imagine the future witticisms (written in straight-up tiger blood) we’ll be gifted with from THAT particular court transcript. Continue reading
Yesterday we got the unsettling story about how a 19-year-old Charlie Sheen allegedly raped a 13-year-old Corey Haim on the set of the 1986 film Lucas. Charlie Sheen has something to say about it and unsurprisingly, it’s a denial.
Dominick Brascia told The National Enquirer that Corey told him about what happened with Charlie Sheen. The National Enquirer claims that dozens of sources they spoke to named Charlie Sheen as Corey Haim’s alleged rapist. A rep for Charlie Sheen gave the following statement to The Hollywood Reporter yesterday:
“Charlie Sheen categorically denies these allegations.”
Charlie’s rep tells People magazine much of the same, saying: “He absolutely denies the claim.”
Corey Haim’s friend Corey Feldman recently contacted the LAPD regarding his claims of having a whole list of pedos. There’s no word on if one of the names is that of Charlie Sheen’s.
Maybe a denial is all Charlie Sheen is required to give right now? I can’t help but think Charlie Sheen half-assed it. I mean, he’s said more words when apologizing to Ashton Kutcher after dragging him on Twitter than he has in those statements. I’ve never been accused of anything anywhere near as dark as what Dominick Brascia told The National Enquirer, but I know something that heavy requires a little more effort than the PR equivalent of “Nope.”
For as long as I can remember (which isn’t saying much since the mound of dried dildo dust I call a brain barely remembers what I had for breakfast), there’s been stories on the internet about how Charlie Sheen raped Corey Haim on the set of Lucas. Last year, Radar said that they knew of an A-list superstar actor who was the king of a pedo ring and sexually abused many boys including Corey Haim. Radar wouldn’t name the pedo king, but many guessed their story was about Charlie Sheen. Cut to today, when one of Corey Haim’s friends has ran off to The National Enquirer to say that a 19-year-old Charlie raped Corey when he was just 13 years old. I guess that might be one more name that Corey Feldman doesn’t have to name anymore.
Stories like this make me wish that surgeons would do a procedure where they’d drill an easy-access hole into your skull. That way it’d be so much easier to pour a mixture of bleach, ammonia and Fabuloso directly onto my brain after reading disturbing shit like this. Pouring into my ear hole is so messy!
All of you supposedly serious auteurs can just cancel your plans for Cannes next year. The next film to win the Palme de’Or is here! Charlie Sheen, Gina Gershon, and Whoopi Goldberg (?!?) are starring in the most tasteful and necessary film experience in decades. Picture it. Total strangers trapped in a high-rise elevator must work together to survive before the cable snaps! It’s a pulse-pounding race against time! Why is the cable snapping? Because a plane just hit the North Tower! Yes, somebody thought it was a good idea to make a cheesy, predictable thriller about 9/11. Is anyone involved in this film ALLOWED in NYC anymore?