Charlie Sheen Pulled A Knife On A Dentist?

Posted: Oct 2 2014, 8:23am CDT | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News

Charlie Sheen Pulled a Knife on a Dentist?
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Actor Charlie Sheen is apparently in trouble again. A new report says he pulled a knife on a dentist while getting a treatment.

Is actor Charlie Sheen in trouble again? The last time we reported about him he wanted to appear on the final season of Two And A Half Men. This was on 23rd of September. His last tweet was also on that day. Today TMZ reports that Charlie Sheen is investigated for allegedly pulling a knife on a dentist.

Charlie Sheen visited a Los Angeles Dentist office for treatment on last Thursday. When he got the mask on he freaked says the dental technician. The dentist and Sheen have engaged in a commotion during which Charlie Sheen has supposedly pulled a knife.

The LAPD wants know to interview Charlie Sheen and the dentist to find out what really happened and if there is a case to prosecute.

Meanwhile Radar Online reports that the production on Charlie Sheen's show Anger Management has been shut down since over a week. The reason for it is supposed to be that Sheen suffered an injury to his face.

Let's hope Charlie Sheen is not engaging in another complete meltdown. I really like the guy as an actor.

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