Charlie Sheen’s threesome may have seemed like a fantasy-come-true. But ultimately, three was a crowd.
When asked last night at the Ft. Lauderdale stop of his Violent Torpedo of Truth tour how he handled two women at once without turning to polygamy, Sheen replied, “Not well, because one left.” He revealed that goddess Rachel “Bree” Olson broke up with him via text message.
Sheen also some words of wisdom for Lindsay Lohan: “I would hug her and let her know it’s gonna be OK.”
His response to a question about what brother Emilio Estevez was doing? “Men At Work 2 and Mighty Ducks 4,” a reference to some of Estevez’s cheesier works.
Former NBA player Dennis Rodman made a brief guest appearance on stage, followed by comedian Jeff Ross, who reiterated his claims that he’s used to roasting “classier people” and challenged Sheen’s notion of winning.
“If you’re winning there must be something wrong with the scoreboard,” he quipped.
On Friday night in Tampa, Sheen made a passionate plea for the crowd to help him get his job back, telling the audience “with your support, with a room filled with love, we are going to get my job back.’