Charlie Sheen has continued his charitable ways, a Thursday report noted. The actor, who recently cut a six-figure check to Lindsay Lohan to help her with her tax problems, as well as donating $75,000 to help a little girl fight cancer, is helping the family of Chris Guerra.
Guerra, as you might recall, is the paparazzo who was killed on Jan. 1 when he was attempting to take pictures of Justin Bieber's Ferrari (Bieber was not in the car, but apparently it was being driven by his BFF, Lil Twist). Reports vary on the events of the day, but Guerra was on foot, not in hot pursuit when he was stuck by a passing vehicle.
Reports said that Guerra was certain he had seen Bieber smoking pot and driving earlier that day. Sources in Bieber's camp, though, claim that was an out-and-out lie, and that Guerra had harassed Bieber and basically stalked him.
However, pictures that emerged showing Bieber partying with friends and apparently smoking a blunt have made many rethinking whether or not he was smoking weed when Guerra saw him on Jan. 1.
Guerra will reportedly be laid to rest in a private service set for Friday. Sheen is apparently close to a former photographer who was friends with Guerra, and the actor heard that the family was trying to raise money to cover the costs.
When asked, Sheen said the following:
A tragic incident like this erases the line between the photographer and the subject. It's an unforgiving moment that begs us all to be human and work as one to prevent this in the future.
As parents, we are all not supposed to bury our children. My deepest condolences to the families involved.