Charlie Sheen Starts Campaign For Tornado Victims In Alabama
By Joseph Giannone 4 years ago
In the past two months, Charlie Sheen has had a catastrophic tornado of a loses. In a final attempt to pick up the pieces of what’s left of his career in show business, Charlie Sheen has started the campaign Torpedos against Tornados to raise money for the victims of the April 27th twisters in Alabama. In the vein of his recent stage performances, the campaign name is similar to that of his stage show My Violent Torpedo of Truth.
USA Today reports that Sheen spent Monday touring the remnants of an Alberta City neighborhood in Tuscaloosa, Alabama to view the chaos that the citizens of this town endured. According to the website, you can donate any amount, but whoever gives a “tax-Deductable” donation of at least $100 will receive a baseball card signed by Charlie Sheen. I believe I speak on behalf of all Americans when I say: We’ll donate to this cause, but Charlie you can keep the baseball card.