According to an US Weekly report on March 3, Sheen is offering his own services as that mentor to Miss Lohan. Charlie, who currently stars on "Anger Management," says he could give Lindsay advice, based on his own past mistakes. Most of his fans and detractors know that Sheen's had plenty of those in his lifetime.
Sheen reportedly told TMZ just recently:
"I have a kinship with somebody [Lindsay] who clearly needs a mentor, whether she wants one or not. She can continue to hang out with her dress shredding club buddies, or turn to me for some advice from a guy who's been down the road as well as every other side trail on the journey."
He added regarding giving the actress his own advice:
"If she listens she'll win. If she doesn't, that's on her."
It was reported that Lohan will have a guest role on Sheen's television show. Lindsay will play herself as a therapy patient who has a romantic interest in Sheen's character. So far there's no date set for that episode.
In addition to getting her on board his show, Sheen also reportedly payed off $100,000 in debt owed by Lohan to "help her out." It makes one wonder why Sheen is looking to help Lindsay out so much.
As of this report, Lindsay Lohan has criminal charges she's facing for her latest crime of lying about a car accident. Lohan claimed she wasn't behind the wheel when the accident took place. A trial date is currently scheduled for March 18.
Meanwhile, Sheen continues to keep his name relevant, as he pleaded with killer Charles Dormer to turn himself in, and is now pleading with star-turned-criminal Lindsay Lohan to heed his advice.
For those who want to see Sheen's latest TV show, "Anger Management" airs on FX, via Cox Cable channel 57 in Roanoke.