Charlie Sheen Lost His Virginity To A Prostitute At 15 Years Old

Charlie Sheen Lost His Virginity To A Prostitute At 15 Years Old
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By now, Charlie Sheen can’t really do much to shock us. We’re used to his crazy antics and his intoxicated behavior, but maybe this has always been the real Charlie. The 46-year-old actor admitted to losing his virginity to a prostitute at 15 years old.

Sheen stole his dad’s credit card to pay for the red-haired Candy in a Las Vegas hotel room. Sheen said he had the “greatest night of [his] life” while his father, Martin Sheen, was sleeping in the room next door. Sheen also admitted to paying for his 15-year-old cousin Joey to enjoy Candy after Sheen finished.

He said: “I told Joey, ‘Look, this is my dad’s credit card, you’re going second. He was thrilled. He didn’t give a s**t. I remember having the greatest night of my life.’”

Two weeks later, Sheen’s father asked his son about a mysterious credit card transaction under the name of Friendly Introductions LLC. The former Two and a Half Men star confessed to his dad. His father just wanted to make sure that Sheen did not mistake the experience for love.

He explained: “Then two weeks later, my father wanted to know about his Friendly Introductions LLC , Las Vegas, bill on his statement. I explained it.”

His whole concern was that I didn’t mistake that for love. I’m still trying to process that one.

Sheen, who was fired from Two and a Half Men last March for partying with prostitutes and criticizing the show’s creator Chuck Lorre, just can’t get enough of women.

In the recent issue of Rolling Stone, Sheen said in an interview:

People think I’m a bit of a rogue, of a cad, a lothario, a guy who’s in a lot of s**t that would lead to a constellation of kink and oddities, and I’m not. I just love women. I love them.

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