Charlie Sheen is obviously in denial about his addictions and the depth of his problems as his attorney, Yale Galanter, said that he will return to work two weeks from today (which would be February 21 if the report is accurate). In the meantime, Bristol Palin plans to release her memoir on June 21, 2011.
Obviously the phrase ‘too soon’ comes to mind when thinking of both celebrities.
On the one hand, Charlie Sheen has exhibited such behavior that not only those who are closest to him, those of us who don’t know him realize that his problems have gone on for far too long for him to be ready to go back to work in two weeks.
However, Sheen’s attorney, Yale Galanter did confirm to RadarOnline.com today (February 7) that the star is indeed planning on heading back to the set of Two and a Half Men.
Although professionals urged Sheen to enter detox for at least 90 days and weren’t so convinced that therapy at his home would be the right move, apparently Sheen is ignoring those people and doing what he has always done, ie., exactly what he wants to do.
If this report is indeed true and Sheen returns to Two and a Half Men in two weeks, then it would be a pretty safe bet to predict his addictive behaviors will more than likely rear their ugly heads again before soon.
For more on Charlie Sheen, click on the following:
Charlie Sheen & Other Celebrities Who’ve Battled Sexual Addiction
Meet Charlie’s Angels (Porn Stars)
Charlie Sheen Rushed to Hospital
Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller’s February 8, 2010 Court Date.
Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan: Death or Dominion Over Demons?
Charlie Sheen’s Actions Not Only Tolerated, but Practically Celebrated
And speaking of jumping the gun, young twenty-year-old Bristol Palin has a memoir slated to be released on June 21.
According to a report by Popeater, Political Wire reported that the single mother is publishing a 304 page work which is currently titled “Untitled Bristol Palin Memoir’.
To see Political Wire’s blurb, click here.
If you read the comments on Political Wire, you’ll easily infer that a majority of people aren’t so crazy about the idea of Bristol putting a memoir out.
Concerns of her being too young and perhaps doing it only for the money are rampant throughout the comments section.
The book is being published by William Morrow & Company and can be viewed at Amazon.com at this link.