Thursday, March 24, 2011

Bret Michaels taught Charlie Sheen how to smash up hotel rooms

Charlie Sheen is certainly the buzzword of the moment.

Sheen’s name is coming up in all kinds of places, as everyone weighs in on the actor’s headline-making these days.

During a recent interview with Access Hollywood, Poison’s Bret Michaels talked about Sheen, as the two had a film production company which produced Showcase Entertainment's feature "A Letter From Death Row," as well as Miramax/Dimension Films' "No Code Of Conduct," - which Michaels wrote, directed and starred in. They also produced the feature film "Free Money," starring Marlon Brando and Mira Sorvino.

“Charlie and I flew down to Super Bowl in Miami,” said Bret, “and we had the party of a lifetime – a 3-day-er – and I professionally showed him how to bust up a hotel room because he wasn't doing a good job at first."

“He was learning,”
continued Michaels, “and I said, 'You gotta really let it out man! You gotta let it out and bust all this stuff’…so he showed me how to do films and make money, and I showed him how to lose a lot of money by smashing up hotel rooms.”

Sheen was arrested last October at the New York Plaza hotel after becoming drunk and trashing his hotel room; no charges were laid in the incident.

The Charlie Sheen discussion starts at 4:19 in the following video.

Bret Michaels – interview
Access Hollywood – March 18, 2011

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