Warlocks and Winning and Tiger's Blood Oh My! "E! True Hollywood Story: Charlie Sheen" Premieres April 6th At 10:00 PM Only On E!
(Los Angeles, CA, April 4, 2011) - Charlie Sheen has dominated the media recently for everything but his acting ability, instead gaining notoriety for his over-the-top behavior and rants. But long before he set up shop at the "Sober Valley Lodge" with his two "goddesses," Sheen was frequently caught in a hot spotlight, drawing attention for his off-set antics and wild romantic life. This riveting E! True Hollywood Story examines Sheen's increasingly turbulent life, from his sudden early stardom to his recent firing from the hit TV series, Two and a Half Men. With exclusive interviews from friends Daniel Baldwin and Bret Michaels, plus Heidi Fleiss and a handful of talkative ex-girlfriends, this THS examines the troubled actor's wild, roller-coaster life. THS: Charlie Sheen airs on April 6 at 10:00 PM on E!
Longtime friend, Daniel Baldwin, tells E!, "I think the chances of Charlie injuring himself or someone else are pretty high. There are people openly talking about [how he] will he die soon. Knowing Charlie, probably not. But does that mean that someone else isn't gonna get injured or die or something else horrible isn't gonna happen?"
Dr. Howard Samuels, CEO of The Hills Treatment Center (who has not treated Sheen) talks about Sheen's proclivity for hookers and porn stars, "Most men who go for hookers have a serious intimacy issue. They don't feel they can have that connection with someone who isn't as damaged. So the reason Charlie or somebody like him brings in this element is because it's a mirror of who he is."
Former girlfriend, Dolly Fox, recalls their dating days, "We'd be holding hands and girls would come up and say, 'Here's my number, when you're done with her.'"
Heidi Fleiss shares exclusive details about her relationship with Sheen, "In the early '90s, when I first started doing business with Charlie, it was great. He would tell me what he wanted and I would deliver what he wanted. One of my girls came back one day and said, 'Oh, it was great - Charlie wanted me to dress as a cheerleader."
Baldwin adds, "When I watch what's happening with Charlie right now, I'm very, very sad. This is someone that I've known for almost 25 years. Such a public disintegration is -- is very difficult to watch."
In an atmosphere where it seems impossible to escape the Charlie Sheen "madness," E! True Hollywood Story alone paints the complete picture of the embattled actor from his childhood to present day. The E! True Hollywood Story: Charlie Sheen airs on April 6th at 10:00 PM only on E!
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