Charlie Sheen: Lindsay Lohan Needs A Mentor

Anger Management star Charlie Sheen says Lindsay Lohan needs a mentor even if she doesn’t want someone to help her straighten out her life.

Speaking to TMZ on Sunday, Sheen says his life experiences and ability to overcome major personal problems would make him the perfect candidate for the mentoring role.

Sheen proclaims:

“I have a kinship with somebody [Lohan] who clearly needs a mentor, whether she wants one or not. She can continue to hang out with her dress shredding club buddies, or turn to me for some advice from a guy who’s been down the road as well as every other side trail on the journey.”

Sheen then adds:

“If she listens, she’ll win. If she doesn’t, that’s on her.”

In many ways, Charlie Sheen has already earned Lindsay Lohan’s trust. For example, he paid off her $100,000 tax debt. Sheen also appeared in a cameo with Lindsay Lohan on the set of Scary Movie 5. Lohan will also appear on an episode of Sheen’s new hit FX series Anger Management.

While Charlie Sheen says he is more than willing to mentor Lindsay Lohan, he also assures his fans that NOTHING is going on between the two Hollywood actors.

Lohan, in the meantime, continues to battle against the courts. Lohan is currently facing a charge of lying to police, and, should she be found guilty, Lindsay could have her probation revoked, face further charges over her jewelry theft lawsuit, and potentially face jail time.

Lohan has appeared in the past to show some remorse for her actions. In fact, she broke down and cried after she was sentenced to 60 days in jail stemming from her DUI arrests:

Between her alcohol abuse in which it has been claimed she drinks two-liters of Vodka per day, two DUI arrests, and her theft case, perhaps it is time for Lindsay Lohan to receive the help she needs.

Do you think Charlie Sheen would make for a good Lindsay Lohan mentor? Who do you think could best help Lohan move forward with her life in a positive light?

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