After raising awareness for bipolar, Sheen’s headline seeking… I mean charity efforts, continue with a charity show. He intends to give the proceeds of the show, which has yet to be scheduled, to the tornado relief effort.
Sheen has toured the storm-damaged neighborhood of Alberta in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He said he is now working with local officials to organize a benefit concert to give residents of the area “money, hope, faith and healing.”
The former “Two and a Half Men” star, who traveled with one of his goddesses and former major league baseball player Todd Zeile, was reportedly shocked by the extent of the damage. He spent a day in Tuscaloosa, meeting with residents and emergency services and posing for photographs with police officers and National Guard soldiers.
Well over 300 people were killed by the storms that recently ripped through the American south from Mississippi to Virginia. Thousands more people were hurt or left homeless.
Charlie Sheen therefore wants to do what he can to help out the area. It is most likely that he will perform a show like his “Tornado of Truth” show (I’m not sure if it’s an apt name or a rather unfortunate one, given the circumstances). Local residents may be asked to it and/or there will probably be a fund raising element to it.
We will give you more details when we have them of exactly what Charlie Sheen intends to do to help the tornado victims of the South.