Charlie Sheen is donated $12,000 to pay the costs of Chris Guerra’s funeral. Guerra is the paparazzo who died while trying to snap a photo of Justin Bieber’s car. Sheen has been flexing his philanthropic muscle as of late. In addition to the funeral assistance and Lindsay Lohan helping hand, the actor has also donated substantial funds to injured and ill troops and to a police officer’s daughter who was stricken with cancer.
Chris Guerra and Charlie Sheen allegedly had a mutual photographer friend, according to TMZ. When his photographer pal told him that Chris Guerra’s family was trying to raise funds to pay for the paparazzo’s funeral, Charlie opened up his wallet to aid the grieving relatives.
The young photographer will be buried in a private ceremony on Friday, USA Today notes. Charlie Sheen had this to say in a statement released after Guerra’s death.
“A tragic incident like this erases the line between the photographer and the subject. It’s an unforgiving moment that begs us all to be human and work as one to prevent this in the future. As parents, we are all not supposed to bury our children. My deepest condolences to the families involved.”
Charlie Sheen’s new FX show, Anger Management, is preparing to launch its second season. The affable actor invited his old co-stars to come and join the fun, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Sheen noted that he misses Angus T. Jones and his on-screen brother, Jon Cryer. During the interview The former Two and a Half Men star had this to say:
“We’re making an offer right now, come on over, Angus. He’s really a good kid. Come one, come all. Cryer is welcome anytime. He’s a genius and I miss him. He’s a good man.”