Charlie Sheen has hit the headlines with a hot story dealing with a group of parents from his daughter's former private school who think he belongs in jail. TMZ has reported on March 16, 2013, Charlie Sheen Private School Parents Want Him prosecuted. Several parents at his daughter's former private school are trying to have Charlie Sheen prosecuted for an online rant dealing with Viewpoint.
Some of the parents of the students at the Viewpoint School in Los Angeles have told TMZ that a meeting was recently held to address Sheen's Twitter rant, in which he has ordered his millions of fans to deface Viewpoint with dog feces, rotten eggs, and toilet paper. Sheen claims he urged his fans to take revenge on the school after it did nothing to address a bullying situation involving his 9-year-old daughter Sam. Sheen withdrew Sam from Viewpoint last May and it is not real clear why he waited until this week to sound off about this.
Parents of other kids from Viewpoint are not taking Sheen's rant lightly. They feel Sheen has demonstrated over and over that he is actually a credible threat and a violent person. They have raised the litany of allegations Sheen has faced over the years, "including claims he threatened to shoot someone with a super 90, held a knife to his ex-wife's throat, shot Kelly Preston, and trapped a hooker in his hotel room." However, he was never prosecuted for any of the alleged incidents. Nevertheless, the parents want Sheen prosecuted for criminal threats as well as inciting violence.
Luchina Fisher has also reported on this story for ABC, Charlie Sheen Attacks ‘Bully’ School. ABC has learned Sheen refuses to apologize for encouraging his fans on Twitter to deliver “a rotted egg a roll of toilet paper or some dog s***” to the school where he said his 9-year-old daughter Sam was once bullied. In what Sheen has called a “call to arms,” he has urged his fans to smear dog feces in the name of the bully on the school’s front door. The school has responded in a statement to the Los Angeles Times, saying “Our administrators addressed the issue appropriately at that time. Our school takes accusations of bullying very seriously.”