Friday, March 15, 2013

Charlie Sheen Goes A Little Crazy

Charlie Sheen has been in a year long fight with the former school of his daughter Sam who Charlie and Denise Richards say was subjected to year long bullying from a student named Victoria. Denise complained to the school on multiple occasions and Charlie even quit strippers for a week because he was so upset. Charlie claims the school did nothing and even though Sam has not attended the school in almost a year, asked everyone to commit acts of vandalism against the school and deliver s**t to the doorstep of the school and make sure that it all indicated that it was for Victoria. This seems a bit overboard. I am anti-bullying. I think we all are unless it involves Justin Bieber being bullied. Isn't Charlie kind of bullying now? It has been a year. Your daughter is safe and in another school. You complained to the school and if they did nothing, then what you do to them is up to you, but to include a 9 year old girl in your rant a year after it happened just seems wrong. The school has released a statement saying that people will be prosecuted if they attempt anything and that if you are stupid enough to try, then you should also donate your copy of Justin Bieber's latest album.

41 comments:

libby said...

He should NOT name the child, FFS!

This is counter-bullying with a fucking public-airwaves bullhorn.
I understand how protective parents get, but this is too much.

Amber said...

It's a little odd to a grown-ass man to be retaliating against a child. Go after her parents, FGS, but not the child.

Cathy said...

It's nice that he wants to take an active role in his daughter's life and is protective of her, but this definitely crosses a line and is inexcusable.

Amber said...

I guess, it IS Charlie Sheen we're talking about here so I don't know why I'd expect even the remotest bit of decorum. Carry on.

ethorne said...

With all Charlie's crazy in the media, I'm kinda surprised only 1 kid was bullying her.

LottaColada said...

When a school does nothing to stop bullying, I wonder what kind of action the parents take.

Clearly Mr. Estevez is doing it wrong, but what do you do when you know your child is being bullied? Call the parents? Taker your child out of school? Nothing?

SueRH said...

The girl was never punished and her parents claim she never did it. Over the top, yes, but I'm kind of on Charlie's side. I hate little punks.

MISCH said...

Parents talk kids hear it and then the trouble begins...Adults should be careful when talking about others in front of their kids...
And Bullies should be punished...

dragon said...

Blame the tiger blood.

S.joy said...

So basically he's saying "I'm upset about my child being bullied so I'll fight bullying by becoming an even bigger bully."

Ridiculous. But then again, this IS Charlie Sheen. I don't expect him to handle any situation correctly.

LeGrange said...

I Second that! If she is never punished she will become worse and worse.... Shit whith her name in it? As long as its not thrown at her, its fine by me. maybe she will get a taste of what it's like to be effed with for no reason.... Hate bullies..... Bad parenting leads to kids learning it the hard way.

LeGrange said...

Yeah I have strong opinions when the subject is this type of sh*t!

Meanie Reese said...

Well. Yeah, OTP, but man, I despise bullies.

Not cool to make the child, though. :/

Meanie Reese said...

*name. Gahhh!! !@#$%&*?/ autocorrect!!

audrey said...

I can understand his anger and wanting to retaliate against what has happened to his child. Most of us would have just thought of doing something like this, but Charlie Sheen has a public voice and once again has decided to use it for bad rather than good. I would have found some way to shame the staff of the school...who will ultimately have to face the fact that they let a bully get away with it. With all the anti bullying sentiment out there right now I wonder how they can just brush the accusations aside. And I wonder if there are other kids who will make the same accusations.

Robert said...

"Charlie Sheen goes a little crazy?" Goes? Seriously? When has he ever been anything BUT crazy?

moondancekat said...

His daughters usually always look miserable in every online pic.
I feel bad for them.

HannahBanana said...

Sad part is, the girl was taunting Sam about her Dad! Can u imagine how hard that would be growing up Charlie's daughter? Poor baby. :( if my dad was on tv w/ his "Goddesses" & bragging about his drug use, I would die. (I make him keep that kinda thing private! Lol)

HannahBanana said...

By the by, ive been reading this site daily for 6 years.... But was too lazy to make a gmail account. I do wish to say, I love Enty, but the comments are what truly make this my fave blog. :)

libby said...

That's so nice HannahBanana, and I agree.

Welcome!!!

Lioness70 said...

Mail the shit to the parents.

Who do you think the kids learn it from?

(Yes, I have a long track record with this. I'm on the outs with a "popular" family in my neighborhood. Kid bullied mine and I told the punk off. Mom called me to tell me to go eff myself.

No, this isn't a RHONJ episode.)

HannahBanana said...

Thank u Libby, I live for the armpit!!! :-D

SueRH said...

Go, Lioness! :)

Alicia said...

I am kind of an asshole, so I find this somewhat funny.

libby said...

Oh, HannahB---thanks. I always presume I'm the commenter everyone scrolls past, mostly. It's partly why my pic never changes.

Please keep commenting!

Cee Kay said...

Oh, no, Libby. Personally, I look most forward to reading comments from you and a select few others. TBH your avi does kinda skeeve me out, but that's about me, not you. You rock!

Mango said...

Denise should just handle everything concerned with the kids and tell Charlie, "Everything's fine, dear." The school doesn't need Charlie backing up a dump truck filled with cow manure to their front entrance.

nudibelle said...

awwwww can u imagine the shit that lil girl heard becauz of her crackhead dad.so sad. charlie, why not try straightenin up and not giving people ammunition to use against ur children

Speakeasy Jane said...

^This. Charlie Sheen needs to stop blaming other people for ruining his kids' lives.

Speakeasy Jane said...

^This. Charlie Sheen needs to stop blaming other people for ruining his kids' lives.

ellehpee said...

To answer @LottaColada, when my oldest son was being bullied in elementary school and we didn't like how the school/other parents were dealing with it, we had a meeting and I said the three magic words:

LAWYER

MEDIA

CFS

Worked like a charm.

While I may not agree with what Charlie did, I can understand his anger.

OMAMA is BROKO said...

honestly, I don't condone what CS has done, however, this must be a problem everywhere because I've had parent's share their own stories with me of their children being bullied (I guess I look as I am, a good listener), and in every case, the school sided with the bully child.



chopchop said...

"Yeah, man! That little piece of shit deserves all kinds of bad things coming to her! Especially pieces of feces with her name printed on it! What a worthless human being, that NINE-YEAR-OLD. "

Really? o_O

Sherry said...

welcome to the comments HannahBanana. I love these people too! Maybe too much. I get nothing done during the day.

Oh Charlie, here we go again. Back up on his bully pulpit. Sounds like Ellehpee had the best solution ever.

feraltart said...

The older women in my line dancing class are bullies. Seriously, I thought about changing groups, especially after another lady told me it is much better than when she started. Instead I comfort myself by knowing that a) my continuing to show up pisses them off & b) they will die before me. I hate bullies & schools/institutions that do nothing about them. Bring on the shit.

libby said...

Cee Kay--Sorry I'm late coming back, i hope you see this.

thank you for the compliment. I have such a good time here. It is nice to know someone doesn't mind me too much!
So nice you took the time to say that. thanks again.

Lioness70 said...

The kids' school cracks down on bullies. They weren't the problem in my situation. The thickheaded parents were.

Instead of doing anything about their little terror, the mother in particular kept insisting "he couldn't have done thaaaaaaaaaat!"

This crap went on from second to fifth grade. It ended in sixth grade. Middle school and eighth graders know how to take care of obnoxious shithead punks. ;)

I don't agree with how Charlie handled this, but I feel bad for Sam. She can't help who her parents are. Leave her the f alone - and that goes for the parents who may be egging their kids on (jealous of his "success", etc.).

Lioness70 said...

*My* kids' school. My bad.

sword1234 said...

Hi there - I deal with bullying often in schools, and I fully believe it when kids/parents report. Bullying is such a tremendously safety and emotional issue. Does anyone think Charlie would calmly and rationally respond to anything a school would say it did - just given his track record?
I mean, often with irrational people no matter what your response is - it's just never satisfactory enough for them - just food for thought.

Sandy said...

Ridiculous behavior on both Richards' and Sheen's part. If the bullying was that bad and the school refused to address it, both of them would have threatened the school with lawsuits (the only thing which gets their attention). The school would have then kicked the offending student out ASAP (I know this because my sister and BiL had to do all of this for their oldest son).

So either the bullying was over-exaggerated, it was mutual or for some other reason Richards and Sheen didn't have sufficient proof.

Ella Bee said...

Not necessarily. My nephew dealt with a bully for much of his elementary school days...a charter school with "great test scores" that is highly favored in our area and takes a lottery to try to get into. The number of times my SIL had to go complain to the principal was insane and the little asshole barely got any more than a slap on the wrist every time it came down to that. This is a school where it's mandatory to volunteer as a parent for at least 1 hr per week. Schools are not always willing to take the extra precaution for fear of backlash from the "poor" bully's family for low income discrimination or some bullshit excuse to sue.