Lindsay Lohan allegedly wants Charlie Sheen to please “shut up.” The actress has supposedly turned down the Anger Management stars offer to become her mentor. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Sheen believes Lohan needs a mentor and feels he is the right man for the job.
A TMZ source claiming to be close to Lindsay Lohan said the former Disney star realizes that her life if spinning out of control. Despite the self-reflection, the Mean Girls star also allegedly rejects the notion that it “takes one to know one” Charlie Sheen mentor approach.
Sheen gave Lohan $100,000 to help pay her back taxes after the IRS joined the ranks of those adding to Lindsay’s legal woes. The pair reportedly became pals while filming Scary Movie 5. The shut up Charlie Sheen comments allegedly stem from the Canyons star’s discontent over her former cast member’s media statements about mentoring.
Sheen had this to say when offering to mentor Lohan:
“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 of the journey.”
The former Three And a Half Men star has seen at least his fair share of troubles and wanted to use his experience to help Linday Lohan get her life back on track, Contact Music notes. The pair of movie stars seemed to have a bit of a fuss after the $100,000 IRS loan. The actress apparently neglected to say thank you for the massive amount of money, and Sheen discussed the lack of proper etiquette during an interview. The Liz & Dick star ultimately sent her benefactor flowers and a card to make up for the slight. The relationship between Charlie maintains that his relationship with the Lindsay is purely platonic, the Huffington Post notes.
Lohan has supposedly been meeting with a therapist regularly and believes that such consistency is helping her work through her issues. The actress is currently facing charges over a Santa Monica car accident last summer. The star recently fired her long-time attorney and opted instead for the service of NYC lawyer, Mark Heller.
The California judge referred to Heller as incompetent and wants a local attorney to give advice on proper filing procedures going forward. Lindsay was reportedly offered a plea bargain in the Santa Monica car accident case but turned it down because a 60-day rehab stay was included.
Do you think Lindsay Lohan should be saying shut up Charlie Sheen or accepting his gracious mentoring offer?