Rumor: Charlie Sheen Gave Lindsay Lohan $100,000

To help pay her taxes

Nov 26 2012, 12:01am CST | by

Rumor: Charlie Sheen Gave Lindsay Lohan $100,000
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Sometimes being a reckless drug-addled Hollywood star has its rewards. That is, if you're enough of a train wrech to make even Charlie Sheen look like a saint by comparison.

It is being reported that Charlie Sheen, out of the goodness of his heart, sent a check for $100,000 to Lindsay Lohan to help her cover her inordinate burden of unpaid taxes.

According to sources that gained access to Lohan's tax files, she did not pay taxes in 2009 or 2010, even though during those two years she earned millions of dollars in revenue.

So she owed something like $234,000 in back taxes and didn't quite have the cash on hand to pay it off. For some reason, though, Sheen stepped in and helped put a dent in that massive amount of debt.

Lohan reportedly put Sheen's $100,000 immediately toward her tax burden.

Sheen publicly offered to send some money to Lohan a few months ago, but the then-proud (if you can even call it that) Lohan declined the offer. It looks like she changed her mind. Or at least, according to reports, her business manager allowed her to change her mind.

If you think this is just some random thing that celebrities do all the time, you're crazy. For Sheen, though, there is actually a personal connection. Sheen and Lohan worked together on the upcoming movie Scary Movie 5, which is set to hit theaters in April of 2013.

Via TV Guide

 
 
 

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