The Disposable Woman: King Charlie’s History
Without his star status Charlie Sheen would have been under the jail for a long time in most places in the US. He’s a serial woman abuser, and this behavior would not have been tolerated this long without his special status. Those who are preaching against Obama as an autocrat need instead to look at the real elitist asses in Hollywood who think they can say or do anything.
If you are Charlie Sheen apparently you can until you backtalk your producer. It’s ok to be a serial misogynistic abuser who likes to intimidate the weak, and it’s just another reason his show is so popular in red state America and why he feels so comfortable yakkin with Alex Jones.
Our inertia is not for lack of evidence. In 1990, he accidentally shot his fiancée at the time, the actress Kelly Preston, in the arm. (The engagement ended soon after.) In 1994 he was sued by a college student who alleged that he struck her in the head after she declined to have sex with him. (The case was settled out of court.) Two years later, a sex film actress, Brittany Ashland, said she had been thrown to the floor of Mr. Sheen’s Los Angeles house during a fight. (He pleaded no contest and paid a fine.)
In 2006, his wife at the time, the actress Denise Richards, filed a restraining order against him, saying Mr. Sheen had shoved and threatened to kill her. In December 2009, Mr. Sheen’s third wife, Brooke Mueller, a real-estate executive, called 911 after Mr. Sheen held a knife to her throat. (He pleaded guilty and was placed on probation.) Last October, another actress in sex films, Capri Anderson, locked herself in a Plaza Hotel bathroom after Mr. Sheen went on a rampage. (Ms. Anderson filed a criminal complaint but no arrest was made.) And on Tuesday, Ms. Mueller requested a temporary restraining order against her former husband, alleging that he had threatened to cut her head off, “put it in a box and send it to your mom.” (The order was granted, and the couple’s twin sons were quickly removed from his home.) “Lies,” Mr. Sheen told People magazine.