Charlie Sheen has been unstoppable thus far, but after his rant on the radio Feb. 24, two insiders — a celebrity image expert and an addiction specialist — say he’s reached the end of his rope…and it’s not going to end pretty.
It’s no wonder Charlie Sheen thinks of himself as invincible. Drugs, porn stars, domestic abuse…none of his many vices seem to affect his career. However, after his manic rant on the radio Feb. 24, insiders tell HollywoodLife.com Charlie will suffer the consequences of his behavior, all thanks to his nasty attitude.
During the interview with on “The Alex Jones Show,” Charlie, 45, bashed the creator of his hit show, Two and a Half Men, even using anti-semitic names. Talk about biting the hand that feeds!
“He’s going to get fired. He’s totally done,” Los Angeles-based image expert Michael Sands says. “He’s not being gracious…he’s being insulting. Although it’s charming how he plays himself on the show, he’s taking it too far. He outed the person who gave him this incredible opportunity that everyone in Hollywood is dying for, especially in today’s economic climate!”
Although Sands believes CBS has bent over backwards trying to support Charlie during his “recovery” and it’s a slap in the face when he acts entitled, he doesn’t consider Charlie’s remarks anywhere close as offensive as those of Mel Gibson.
“Charlie is talking like a drug addict,” Sands explains. “I know he’s not anti-Semitic…it was a tongue and cheek style dig. It wasn’t mean-spirited like Mel.”
That said, Charlie’s rant wasn’t that of an angry sober person. Los Angeles-based addiction and anger management specialist Marty Brenner says the actor was obviously altered in some capacity during the interview.
“He’s not clearheaded whatsoever,” Brenner says. “He’s on a rampage and he doesn’t know what he’s doing. I think he’s insane.”
At the end of the day, Brenner believes Charlie is purposively trying to get fired from the show.
“I think he’s killing his career. If I were to really look at it, I might think that he’s doing it intentionally,” he says. “He probably can’t handle success. The worst part of it is he still thinks he’s beyond everyone and beyond everything.”
Could it get any worse for Mr. Sheen? Sadly, Brenner thinks it can.