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Charlie Sheen

During an interview on February 14, 2011, Martin Sheen commented that his popular son Charlie Sheen's addiction is pretty similar to a cancer. He said, "If he had cancer, how would we treat him? This disease of addiction is a form of cancer. You have to have an equal measure of concern and love and lift him up."

Charlie Sheen
Charlie Sheen
 

Charlie Sheen's addiction history reveals that his problems with alcoholism and drug addiction are no less than a chronic illness. Recently, when he suffered an accidental or intentional overdose of drugs and alcohol, he was hospitalized and after that he was accepted for undergoing an in-house rehab for health improvement.

However, this is not the first time when he faced rehab to get rid of his alcoholism and drug addiction. In 1990s, the Charlie Sheen addiction history came to center-stage when he suffered with drug addiction and alcoholism, accidental overdoses and he was admitted to an unnamed rehab facility. However, his career as a popular star wasn't affected by his addiction as is the case with other celebrities. He worked in the movie "Major League" and he replaced Michael J Fox to gain the lead role in "Spin City".

Martin Sheen Shines ...

Martin Sheen always remained sensitive and helpful for his son and for all other drug addicts in general. While Charlie Sheen's addiction story was gaining momentum in 1998, Martin helped in creating a special court meant to help first time drug offenders. However, in 2000, Martin Sheen commented that courts should take harsher actions against drug addicts.

Obviously he was worried about the never ending issues of Charlie Sheen's addiction problem. He said I've seen how devastating drug addiction can be. Drug addicts need to be held directly accountable by the court with real sanctions."


While Martin Sheen and other family members were worried about Charlie Sheen addiction saga, he helped Ben Affleck to deal with his alcoholism in August 2001 when he took Affleck to Promises Clinic in Malibu, California to get help with alcohol abuse.

I'm a Winner ...

Charlie Sheen has admitted to have problems with cocaine in the past. In an interview with Piers Morgan, Sheen currently admitted to using cocaine as well. In addition, his ex-wife was also not very supportive and she herself was suffering alcohol abuse and drug addiction. In December 2009, Brooke Mueller made a complaint against Charlie Sheen and claimed that he held a knife against her throat and threatened her. On February 16th 2010, it was reported that Brooke Mueller entered a rehab center to get help against substance abuse and crack addiction.

In 2011, while Charlie Sheen (born Carlos Irwin Estévez) was riding the success of the hugely popular "Two and a Half Men" comedy series on CBS, he again made news when he suffered health issues on sets due to excessive alcoholism and drug abuse. His wife and sister helped him and cajoled him to take him to rehab to get help against the addictions.

However, with the abrupt end of "Two and a Half Men" it is difficult to believe that Charlie Sheen addiction story will end so easily. It certainly seems like a cancer that is still under treatment.

Currently Charlie Sheen stars in the Anger Management TV series.

 
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