At first sight, Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan don’t seem to have much in common except for their passion for hallucinogenic substances. Yet, cocaine is thicker than water, so the former “Two And A Half Men” star paid LiLo’s tax debt in the blink of an eye. Read on to find out what made Charlie Sheen pay Lohan’s tax lien.
Charlie Sheen confessed during a recent interview for “The Dan Patrick Show” that he has helped actress Lindsay Lohan pay the $100,000 she owed to the IRS. The troubled actor claims he understands Lindsay Lohan and is willing to help her in any way he can. In addition to the sizable check, LiLo was also blessed with a series of fatherly advice from the former “Two And A Half Men” star.
Sheen told the talk show host that he normally doesn’t like to tell people what to do because he is far from being a role model. However, there are some things that he has learned in life and he is willing to pass them on to Lindsay. The 47-year-old star suggested Lindsay to work on her “impulse control”, more precisely, to think things through a little bit before doing them.
Controlling his anger has never been Charlie Sheen’s strength, which is why he recommends Lohan to learn from his mistakes. The actor was fired from “Two And A Half Men” after going through a public meltdown in February 2011. He later on landed a contract for FX’s series “Anger Management” which aired in June 2012.
Sheen offered to pay Lohan’s tax debt several years ago, while the two were filming “Scary Movie 5”. The actress refused his initial offer, but eventually accepted his $100,000 check because her tax debts amounted to $233,904 after falling short to pay her 2009 and 2010 taxes. According to sources, the check was immediately funneled to the IRS.