Charlie Sheen took to his Twitter account recently and urged his fans to bring revenge on his daughter's bullies. According to the Huffington Post on March 14, Sheen tweeted to his followers to deliver some unpleasant consequences to Viewpoint School and the student accused of bullying his 9-year-old daughter Sam.
A source close to the situation said that the accused student constantly bullied Sam at the private school about everything from her appearance to her father's dismissal from "Two and a Half Men". Sam reportedly became so physically ill and distressed from the bullying that she was forced to leave Viewpoint.
In response to the bullying, Sheen went on the defensive for his daughter and went on a Twitter rant, encouraging his fans to take revenge on the school campus where the bullying took place. He urged a "legitimate call to arms" by asking his followers to deliver to the "KamPuss" with "extreme prejudice" anything they had, including rotten eggs, toilet paper rolls and even dog excrement.
Make me proud. We will not tolerate this level of disrespect towards the child of your favorite Warlock.
In response to 47-year-old Sheen's rant, the school addressed the threats in a statement to the Los Angeles Times on Thursday. In the statement, Viewpoint School said that its highest priority is the safety and security of the students, and they are concerned when any individual encourages actions on social media that put the students and the school at risk.
The school also said they take bullying very seriously and addressed the bullying issue with Sheen's daughter appropriately at the time. The school also added in the statement that the student in question has not attended Viewpoint since March 2012.
Sheen has become well-known for his controversial actions and his Twitter rants. Viewpoint School did not specifically name Charlie Sheen in its statement addressing the rant, however, they felt threatened enough to call the Los Angeles county sheriff's office following the threats on Twitter. Deputies were immediately dispatched to the school, but found no problems.