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Parents want Charlie Sheen prosecuted

March 16, 2013 at 12:00 PM   |   Comments

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LOS ANGELES, March 16 (UPI) -- Parents of children at a Los Angeles school want actor Charlie Sheen prosecuted for advising fans on Twitter to throw feces at the school, TMZ reported.

The "Anger Management" star pulled his 9-year-old daughter Sam out of Viewpoint School in May 2012 after he said the private school did nothing to address a bullying issue. Sheen recently took to Twitter asking his fans to throw dog feces, rotten eggs and toilet paper at the school, TMZ reported.

The reason Sheen, 47, struck out against the school approximately 10 months after the incident with his daughter was not reported.

Parents at the school said Sheen should face prosecution for making criminal threats and inciting violence. The parents held a meeting at the school, where many said they felt Sheen is a credible threat and violent person, and any one of his millions of fans could act at any time, a source who attended the meeting told TMZ.

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