Actor Charlie Sheen has been known to do and say things that get attention in both the news and social media. His rants on Twitter in the past have left many to ponder if he really believed in what he said or just wanted the attention of the media.
As of late, the “Anger Management” star has managed to stay away from being in the news headlines and to focus on other things. However, Sheen has gone back to his ranting ways, though his attention is on the former school his daughter used to attend as well as asking fans to send the school a message though not through the use of words.
It appears that the reasoning behind Sheen wanting others to “attack” the school, though advocating it be done by non-violent means, is that he feels the administration did not do their job from protecting his daughter from being bullied.
According to TMZ, Sheen is claiming that Sam, his 9-year-old daughter, was the victim of being bullied by another student at the school and the administration failed to respond in a manner that alleviated the situation.
Also, through several posts he made on Twitter, the actor petitions his fans to send the school a message by assaulting the school with “a roll of toilet paper, a rotten egg” and dog waste. In referring to the Viewpoint School in Calabasas, California, Sheen said in a post, “I urge you to deliver it with ‘extreme prejudice’ to the campus…”
The school has responded to Sheen’s “call to arms” by telling the LA Times that his posts might jeopardize the safety of the school. They said, “Like all responsible schools across our nation, we are concerned when any individual uses a social media forum to encourage actions that may risk the safety and security of any school.”
Sheen talked to TMZ and said that the school “…should be ashamed of itself for allowing the bullying to go on and try to hide it.” Being that his daughter had not attended the school since March 2012, TMZ asked why he waited so long to lash out at the school. Sheen responded by saying, “There’s no statute of limitations on bullying. They needed a visual reminder not to forget the epidemic of bullying.”
However, according to administrators from Viewpoint, strongly feel that the alleged bullying was dealt with to the best of their ability. The school added in a statement that, “Our administrators addressed the issue appropriately at that time. Our school takes accusations of bullying very seriously.”
Reportedly, the Los Angeles County’s Sherriff’s office decided to send deputies to the school and when they were finished, said they found no issues to contend with. While no safety issues were reported by the Sherriff’s office, some feel that action should be taken against Sheen.
In an article posted by Valerie Strauss in The Washington Post, she points out different examples of how kids are getting suspended for doing things like pointing their fingers like guns or a five-year-old telling classmates all about shooting her “Hello Kitty” gun that blows bubbles. Even a 10-year-old boy was arrested on his school bus for showing his toy gun to others.
The point being with all that is happening with young children during a time when school security is on the rise, one would think there should also be consequences toward an adult who would threaten a school; no matter in what form it may be.
Charlie Sheen Still Bullying School Over Bullying His Daughter
Charlie Sheen is mad that his daughter was bullied at school, so he is getting revenge by bullying back, and enlisting his warlock followers to help him.