Washington, June 26: Charlie Sheen, who spent much of his last year in a rehabilitation center, has revealed that he “still drinks and doesn’t believe in rehab.”
The couch is where the 46-year-old actor spent after his career imploded in a string of headline-making incidents including a series of bizarre interviews in which he claimed to be a “warlock,” and said that he possessed “tiger blood and Adonis DNA,” and characterized his erratic behavior as “winning!”
When allegations arose that drugs were behind his erratic behavior he denied any substance abuse problems but claimed to be on the drug “called Charlie Sheen.”
Sheen, recently cast to play the president in Robert Rodriguez’s ‘Machete’ sequel, has said that he is not on any drugs, “Charlie Sheen” or otherwise,” but hasn’t been able to kick his other habit, alcohol.
“We live in a country where it’s always Miller Time so what are you going to do? It’s happy hour somewhere in the world,” ABC News quoted Sheen as saying on ‘Good Morning America’.
His time in rehab was not his first, who has had several run-ins with the law for domestic abuse and drug allegations over the years, but it was possibly his last.
“I don’t believe in rehab anymore,” Sheen said.
“It’s not for me. It’s not for everyone. It’s not a one-size-fits-all and it didn’t fit me,” he said.
The break away from the limelight did give him the chance to look back at the time he said that he was “never completely worried” about his safety and offered himself his own anger management advice.
“I’d grow a beard and head to Mexico,” he said of what he’d tell his old self.
“Just stop being so damn angry.”
“My biggest regret is going a little too far. The key for me would have been the advice I got when I was in anger management myself for a year and that is you can always leave the room,” he said. (ANI)