Charlie Sheen goes to daughters' school to give career advice

Sheen gave advice to his two daughters, Lola and Sam, as well as their classmates.
By Evan Bleier   |   March 19, 2014 at 7:52 AM   |   Comments

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March 19 (UPI) -- How many parents would consider this “Winning?”

Despite the bizarre career path that he has taken throughout his professional career, Charlie Sheen apparently thought that he was qualified to give advice on the subject and did just that on “Career Day” at his daughters’ elementary school.

Sheen went to the school that his daughters -- 10-year-old Sam and 8-year-old Lola -- attend and gave a speech. Ex-wife Denise Richards, 43, was in attendance to witness the 48-year-old’s talk.

“It was career day at Sam and Lola’s school and at the last minute, Charlie decided he wanted to go,” RadarOnline.com reported. “He arrived in morning and gave a talk to both classes that his daughters Sam and Lola were in.”

“It was funny and Charlie answered questions from the kids about being a television star. The talk lasted about ten minutes and then he was gone. The other parents certainly know who he is, but the kids had no clue that Charlie was a major Hollywood actor. Now they know!”

Richards and Sheen’s relationship is reportedly on the rocks, and it’s rumored that he will soon be taking her to court over the amount of child support that he pays for Sam and Lola.

During his appearance at the school, Sheen and Richards did not “exchange any words, as she sat on the opposite side of the room. Thankfully, Charlie didn’t bring his porn star fianceé Brett Rossi along! Imagine that career advice!”

[Radar Online]

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