Charlie Sheen Asks Fans to Throw Rotten Eggs at Daughter's School & I Don't Blame Him One Bit

Rant 47

charlie sheenSo everybody's all down on Charlie Sheen again, this time for going on a Twitter tirade encouraging his followers to deliver rotten eggs and/or dog poop to an elementary school in protest of the administration's failure to stop his 9-year-old daughter Sam from being bullied. And I've got to say -- it's not often that I find myself in agreement with Charlie Sheen, but as a mom, I get where he's coming from. Maybe the rotten eggs and/or dog poop idea is a little out of hand, but it sounds like his poor kid was being seriously victimized. And what's MORE frustrating, Sheen and ex-wife Denise Richards reportedly had a "number of meetings" with school officials in an attempt to solve the problem, but the bullying continued ... to the point where Sam was getting physically ill.

That's just not okay.

Apparently the bulk of the bullying came from a classmate named Victoria, who teased Sam "relentlessly" about everything from her skin to her hair to, not surprisingly, her dad's "winning" phase. Finally Charlie and Denise pulled Sam out of the school. And considering they tried solving the problem the "right" way, needing to uproot Sam was a move which got a certain dad's tiger blood boiling, hence the following Tweet:

If you have a rotten egg, a roll of toilet paper or some dog s**t, I urge you to deliver it with ‘extreme prejudice’ to the campus run by trolls and charlatans. Make me proud. And if you’re feeling the ‘show and tell’ of it all, smear the s**t to spell one name on the front door: VICTORIA.

Like I said, the rotten egg/poop stuff kinda crosses a line of sorts, but I honestly don't blame Charlie for feeling this strongly about the situation. If somebody was bullying one of my kids to the point of making her or him physically ill, I'd be pretty damn pissed myself.

Can you understand why Charlie Sheen wants to throw dog poop at his daughter's bully?

 

Image via Joella Marano/Flickr

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zandh... zandhmom2

Are you kidding me...He's an adult and he's encouraging other people to act out aggressively to the school.  He's just a big bully himself.  I'm sorry that his daughter got picked on in school but seriously, he provided much of the material himself for it.  This just goes to show that actions of parents/adults can and do effect their children. It also shows that many times, the victim in turn often becomes the bully and then the cycle continues. It's never right to teach to bully by becoming a bully.

jalaz77 jalaz77

Um this is shitty and you are no better than him. My friends kid goes to that school and she was embarrassed to take her kids there today. It was a freaking 3-ring circus. She said she has never had a problem dropping her kids off until today. He needs to address it like every other parent, go to the school first, next meet with the parents at the school, if that doesn't work pull her out. I see they did have several meetings but I would say see ya, and I will be taking my money with me. He is equally a bully at this point. You and Charlie have some growing up to do. Yes bullying is crap and the bully and his/her parents should suffer not the victim but I would not keep my kid at a school that does nothing.

Lovin... LovinJerseyMama

I'd totally pull a stunt from the movie "40 something" and personally pick that bully out and make her feel like shit. I can't stand bullies, or their (most of the time) in denial parents. If MY kid were the bully I would have no issues making her stand up in the auditorium and give a speech about bullying and then I'd ground her for a week. Bullying isn't just making someone feel bad, it drives kids to kill themselves. Did Charlie take it a bit overboard? Yes. But he's Charlie freakin Sheen, what do you expect? I'm not disapointed in the least though :) I'm glad he can get away with what most people wish they could in this situation. 

Nelli... NellieAthome

Wow LovinJerseyMom - are you seriously saying that if your child was bullied at school you solution would be to become a bully yourself?  


You say 'Bullying isn't just making someone feel bad, it drives kids to kill themselves "  yet your solution is to become a bully yourself by "personally pick that bully out and make her feel like shit"???


What are you actually teaching your child other than the lesson that it is OK to bully someone so long as you come out on top? Oh - and if you feel your suggeested actions and your approval of Charlie's suggestions are the correct course then you have just qualified as one of those "in denial parents" you claim you cannot stand......

Stephie Lynne

its not something i would do or condone anyone to do. i am not saying its ok and that it should be done but people say things out of anger and he was probably enraged so i cant be mad at him for it. again not saying its ok at all, just saying he has a right to be angry and again, he probably said it out of anger and regrets saying it now. you all gonna tell me you have never said something stupid oiut of anger? we are all human after all

Lovin... LovinJerseyMama

Bullying is a repetitive behavior. By confronting the bully and demanding they stop the behavior and telling them they need to apologize doesn't make me the bully. Would I like to slap that child upside the head? Yes! But would I do it? No, of course not. But I won't sit by and let my children be tormented

nonmember avatar Kitty

It is unfortunate when taking the high road doesn't work, but you can't just take it lying down. While no one wants to be a bully, you should never be afraid to stand up for yourself or your child. That said, I don't blame Charlie at all. Besides, it's Charlie Sheen - do you really think he'd tone it down when it comes to the well-being of his child?

nonmember avatar Dianne

He obviously loves his daughter a lot. Sometimes you have to fight fire with fire.

2cent... 2centsCDN

From what I've read, the bullying and taking their daughter out of that school happened over a year ago. What is the point of his bringing it up now? Oh that's right, he needs the ratings for his sinking sitcom.



He's telling people to vandalize private propery. How can anyone think this is ok??

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