Who says Charlie Sheen is only throwing money on expensive booze, controversial women and drugs? This Monday “Anger Management” Charlie Sheen announced he gave $1 million to US soldiers in need.
Everybody seems to like the new Charlie Sheen. In fact, he might even get to judge next season of “American Idol”. One thing is for sure, “Anger Management” revamped Charlie Sheen seems to do way better than old “Two and a Half Men” Charlie. Thrilled about his new show, Charlie Sheen promised he will donate 1 percent of the profits he makes from “Anger Management” to the United Service Organizations Inc. (USO).
It might just be one of the largest donations USO ever received. Charlie Sheen’s $1 million donation will go into helping the nation’s injured troops in more ways than imagined. USO is commonly known for providing U.S. troops with entertainers. And no, not the kind Charlie Sheen used to pay for, let’s say just in “Two and a Half Men”.
“It’s an honor for me to be able to give back to these men and women of the military who have done so much for all of us” said the controversial actor. Charlie Sheen’s statement also reads: “They put their lives on the line for us every day, and I’m just happy that my work on ‘Anger Management’ can bring a little bit of relief to the troops and their families”.
General John I. Pray Jr., U.S. Air Force Executive Vice President, said of Charlie Sheen’s $1 million donation to injured U.S. soldiers. The actor’s “support is greatly appreciated, especially from our wounded warrior and their families”.
From the looks of it, Charlie Sheen has big hopes for his new project. “Anger Management” premiered just a few weeks ago, but everybody is excited to see Charlie Sheen back in the game. The actor plays Charlie Goodson, an anger management therapist who used to be a baseball player. Oh, Charlie how the tables have turned!
But for the most part, fans would love to catch another glimpse of that crazy-forty-something cynical bachelor we got to see wreck havoc in “Two and a Half Men”. As Charlie Sheen confessed in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, that’s the end of that. “I don’t create havoc, mayhem, wreckage. I mean, I did for a while. But it was never part of the master plan” he said.