Second Charlie Sheen Car Stolen and Driven Off Cliff

Someone apparently has it out for Charlie Sheen‘s cars.  For the second time in less than six months, Charlie Sheen’s Mercedes Benz was stolen and ditched off a cliff by the thief. Sheen had another Mercedes stolen and driven off a cliff in the Hollywood Hills back in February.

Charlie Sheen on 'Two and a Half Men' (CBS)
Charlie Sheen on 'Two and a Half Men' (CBS)

The Los Angeles Police Department and fire crews responded to a call around 3 AM Tuesday that a car had gone off a cliff on Mulholland Drive. Police tracked down the car’s registration and found it belonged to Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen.

The LAPD contacted Sheen, who reportedly said he didn’t even know the car was missing. Once again, however, he admitted he had left the keys to the car in ignition.

 

We can’t help but wonder what the hell is going on here. So far Charlie Sheen has had two cars stolen, both Mercedes and both thrown off cliffs by the thief. Plus, both cars were stolen from a gated community.

An investigation into the two thefts, which we have to believe are most certainly related, is ongoing. Charlie Sheen’s car has been impounded and is being checked for fingerprints. Surveillance tapes from the security gate are also being reviewed.

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Charlie Sheen Leaving Two and a Half Men?

Is Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen really calling it quits and leaving the sitcom for good? Or is he just holding out for more money? According to Sheen’s rep, the actor is interested in “new challenges,” but rumor has it he’s really seeking more cash to line his pocket.

Charlie Sheen on 'Two and a Half Men' (CBS)
Charlie Sheen on 'Two and a Half Men' (CBS)

Charlie Sheen’s contract with CBS for Two and a Half Men comes up this season and his rep, Stan Rosenfield, told CNN his client may not sign a new one. “Charlie has done this for seven years. There are new things to do, new challenges,” Rosenfield said. “He wants to do more movies, and doesn’t always get the opportunities during the hiatus [of the show].”

An unidentified ‘friend’ of Charlie Sheen reportedly told People magazine the sitcom star is ready to “move on” from Two and a Half Men. Other sources, however, are reporting that Sheen would be crazy to leave the show. He’s reportedly making $825,000 per episode and gossip mongers are claiming Warner Bros. may be willing to pay him up to $1 million per episode to get him under a new contract. ABC News reports that Sheen might just be willing to stick around – for the $1.5 million an episode he is allegedly asking for.

We think it would be insane to give up that kind of paycheck for a dubious future as a ‘comeback’ movie star – especially with Sheen’s ongoing legal troubles over his Christmas Day arrest for allegedly attacking his wife, Brooke Mueller. Smarmy celebrity lawyers don’t come cheap you know!

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Charlie Sheen SUV Stolen and Wrecked

Actor Charlie Sheen‘s stolen SUV was found wrecked at the bottom of a cliff near his home on Friday. Sheen called police around 4 a.m. to report the vehicle stolen. Authorities do not believe anyone was in the car when it crashed into a ravine in Sherman Oaks, CA.

Brooke Mueller and Charlie Sheen (Publicity photo)
Brooke Mueller and Charlie Sheen (Publicity photo)

An SUV belonging to actor Charlie Sheen was found Friday morning hundreds of feet down a cliff. The car was wrecked and rolled onto its roof. Police say they received an automated alert from the SUV’s onboard alarm system, as well as a call from Charlie Sheen around the same time reporting the vehicle missing.

Police did not find evidence anyone had been inside the SUV when it crashed down the cliff. “They’ve looked all around the hillside. There’s nobody in the car, nobody around [and no] evidence of anybody being around at the moment of impact,” Officer Bruce Borihanh said in a press statement. “It’s being treated as an auto theft investigation.”

Authorities do not currently suspect Charlie Sheen was involved in the wreck, saying the actor would have been seriously injured had he been inside the SUV. “I don’t know how he would have gotten back up the cliff,” Borihanh said.  

The mysterious wreck is just the latest in a series of bizarre incidents surrounding Charlie Sheen and his wife Brooke Mueller. Sheen was arrested on Christmas Day after Mueller called 911 and reported her husband was threatening her with a knife. Mueller was later admitted to a hospital ICU after falling seriously ill then checked into a rehab ‘wellness’ program – although her lawyer states Mueller is not suffering from any kind of addiction.

On top of all of this, Sheen and Mueller reportedly still want to reconcile, as soon as they can get a judge to lift the protective order against Sheen keeping him away from his wife.

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