Charlie Sheen offered Lindsay Lohan advice. "If she listens, she’ll win. If she doesn’t, that’s on her," said the 47-year-old actor. But the "Mean Girls" star wants no part of his mentoring, reports TMZ on March 4.
Allegedly, the 26-year-old troubled actress appreciates what he's done, which included giving her $100,000 to pay her back taxes. However, as TMZ reports, "She's saying she knows her life is 'out of control,' but doesn't think the precept, 'It takes one to know one,' is the way to go." Reportedly, Lindsay has been meeting with a therapist.
Does Lindsay have a point? Sheen admitted on a January episode of "The Late Show with David Letterman" that staying "clean and sober" may not be his goal. "I don’t really believe in that lifestyle anymore 'cause it doesn’t seem fair - you guys don’t want me clean and sober, that’s boring!"
Should a mentor to Lindsay Lohan be clean and sober?
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