Charlie Sheen apparently learned the hard way that two isn’t better than one. Fetching goddess Bree Olsen blew him off with a text message, he revealed during a “Torpedo of Truth” tour show.
He revealed the latest development to an audience in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., largely filled through free tickets.
Porn star Olson coldly dumped him with a text message, suggesting that the parting was not amicable, he confirmed.
Meanwhile, a Washington, D.C. civil rights group, the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund, revealed more details about Sheen’s high-speed police escort, claiming the service violated police general orders.
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Police escorted Sheen from Dulles Airport in Virginia to his show in Washington, D.C. on April 19, reaching speeds of 80mph.
D.C.’s Homeland Security and Special Operations Division authorized and approved the escort, the group said.
D.C. police are forbidden from using their vehicles for emergency purposes outside their jurisdiction unless they are pursuing a felon.
“This shows a shameful disregard for the lives and safety of area residents and an unprofessional interest in serving celebrity clientele,” said Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, the group’s executive director and attorney.
Back on the tour, Olson, 23, and Sheen’s other goddess, Natalie Kenly, 24, had been fixtures on the tour.
But when asked at the show how he was getting on with his goddesses, Sheen replied, “Not well, because one left,” confirming that she brushed him off with a text message.
Sheen continued to lobbying the crowd to support his return to sit-com “Two and a Half Men.”
“With your support, with a room full of love,” Sheen said, “we are going to get my job back.”
But Warner Bros. denied reports of a reconciliation.
“There have been no discussions, there are no discussions, and there will be no discussions regarding his returning to, or having any involvement in, the series,” the studio said in a statement.