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Feb 10, 2011

Do As I Say, Not As I Do: Charlie Sheen Talks to UCLA Baseball Team About Drugs

Maybe this is some kind of community service for Charlie Sheen as part of his rehabilitation:
Charlie -- a baseball fanatic  -- went to UCLA for batting practice with some Major League Baseball heavy hitters -- Coco Crisp, Eric Davis, Brandon Watson and Milton Bradley.
After batting practice, UCLA's head coach John Savage asked Charlie to talk to his team about drug use.  Charlie obliged and got a standing ovation from the team.
As for his batting skills, Brandon says Charlie -- who showed up with his own bat -- almost hit a homer.
My first thought on hearing this was:  Charlie Sheen talking to young men about drugs?  Really?  Obviously this would have to be a "Do as I say, not as I do" type of lesson, because he certainly wouldn't be considered an ideal role model at this point in time. 

And presumably Milton Bradley was there to talk about anger management issues?

Charlie Sheen Talks Drugs to UCLA Baseball Team [TMZ]

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1 comment:

  1. lol so?? if you can't talk from experience then whast's the point? you've never said to kids don't make the same mistakes I did etc. They sure as hell will take him more seriously than anyone else. plus the coach ASKED not Charlie.


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