Charlie Sheen to Lindsay Lohan: “Work on Your Impulse Control” - NBC Connecticut

Charlie Sheen to Lindsay Lohan: “Work on Your Impulse Control”



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    Actor Charlie Sheen has advice for Lindsay Lohan.

    Pot, meet kettle.

    Fresh from dishing out advice like "stay off the crack, drink chocolate milk" to members of UCLA's baseball squad, Charlie Sheen deemed Lindsay Lohan worthy of his latest words of wisdom.

    "Work on your impulse control,” Sheen said he'd tell the starlet, speaking out on Dan Patrick’s radio show Wednesday. “Just try to think things through a little bit before you do them."

    Sheen said he identified with Lohan, who last week pleaded not guilty to felony grand theft for allegedly swiping a $2,500 necklace. Lohan faces up to three years behind bars if convicted. Her next court date is Feb. 23.

    "Now, check it, I was not there in the store," Sheen told Dan Patrick, according to E! News. "The necklace, the thing, the bracelet—who cares? I mean, they're so desperate to vilify without fact."

    Sheen, who had also called into “The Dan Patrick Show” earlier this week, went on to address his latest stint in rehab.

    "People need to understand how supremely grateful I am that somebody stepped in here," the “Two and a Half Men” star said, referring to execs who took the CBS hit on hiatus.

    “Basically, Viacom showed up at my house and said, 'Dude, dude, it's getting really obvious and we're really worried about you … We care about your health,’” Sheen said, according to People. “They came in and man to man said, 'We have to shut it down.' This was the only person in my life with the power to do this."

    Sheen began his latest stint in rehab Jan. 29, amid reports of wild partying in recent months. He told Dan Patrick he never abused substances on set, though he sometimes had to lean on furniture after having been up all night.

    Sheen said he’s been training and “eating well” in advance of his return to “Men” on March 1.

    Selected Reading: E!, People, Daily News