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Charlie Sheen Rips Farrah Abraham For Allegedly Leaking Text Convo

Crossing Charlie Sheen is rarely a good idea. The former Two And A Half Men actor might be a pretty affable guy these days, but he still takes his privacy pretty seriously. That’s why he was none too pleased when former Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham allegedly leaked text messages the two exchanged, and that’s why he responded in a pretty aggressive fashion.

The correspondence was initiated by Farrah last month. She was apparently in talks for a possible cameo on Anger Management, and she reached out to Charlie to see if he would ever be interested in hanging out. Initially, he responded favorably to the idea, but after she allegedly leaked texts about the potential meeting, he fired off a vicious letter that was later obtained by TMZ. You can read an excerpt of it below…

”please send my number to middle earth and if allowed, eagerly follow it into said abyss and slam the door behind you. the world will collectively sigh as the pungent memory of you vanishes into the pedestrian troposphere of lame-suck and zero-life.”

There’s a difference between using yourself to generate publicity and using someone else to generate publicity. Charlie and Farrah don’t seem to have ever met up, which is why it's so bizarre that these text messages would have even come out. If she wanted there to be some kind of scandal about her potentially being with a much-older man, she should have waited until he was actually a participant, and if she really wanted to just hang out or have their kids go on a play date, she should have kept the convo private, if she was, in fact, the one who leaked it.

I’m pretty sure Farrah will take her medicine and choose not to open this door again, but I suppose if she feels like it could lead to more porn tapes being sold and boob jobs being bought, I suppose anything is possible.

Mack Rawden

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