Celebrity Self-destruction


Contributing to Charlie Sheen’s success

Katie Hinderer | 01 April 2011
what I don’t get is why we are feeding into Charlie Sheen's insanity, telling him through our little actions that it is ok for him to continue acting like this.
 
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