Charlie Sheen Lashes Out on Daughter’s Bullies


Charlie Sheen, as we all know, is a man of many words. And now he’s got underage bullies as a source of his rant inspirations.

The former “Two and a Half Men” star lashed out at some minors when he posted a Twitter message urging his 9.1 million followers to do some nasty pranks on the kids who bullied his daughter, Sam. He explained that his 9-year-old girl was forced to leave the private Viewpoint School in Calabasas, California because she was bullied by her classmates.

“CADRE! This is a legitimate call to arms,” he said in his lengthy post. “my daughter Sam was bullied out of Viewpoint school and then called a liar. it’s on! If you have a rotted egg a roll of toilet paper or some dog sh**, I urge you to deliver it with “extreme prejudice” to their KamPuss run by trolls and charlatans. make me proud.”

“we will not tolerate this level of abhorrment disrespect towards the child of your favorite Warlock,” he added. “And if your feeling the “show and tell” of it all, smear the sh** to spell one name on the front door; VICTORIA eat that loser. Hashtag HYLMN?”

Viewpoint School has released a statement in response to Sheen’s allegations, saying:

“Viewpoint School’s highest priority is the safety, security and education of our students. Like all responsible schools across our nation, we are concerned when any individual uses a social media forum to encourage actions that may risk the safety and security of any school. The parent of a former Viewpoint School student who has not attended Viewpoint School since March, 2012 has made certain accusations in the media. Viewpoint School first became aware of these accusations last year. Our administrators addressed the issue appropriately at that time. Our School takes accusations of bullying very seriously. For over 50 years, Viewpoint School has provided a safe and nurturing environment for our students to thrive, and we will continue to do so.”

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