Charlie Sheen probably should or will be sending his public relations an extra bonus at the end of the year for their stellar work if the speculation of some social media entertainment fans is correct concerning the 'convenient' timing of his being hospitalized for eating 'bad clams' is correct (Daily Mail - June 9). He was recently taken to the emergency room of a Los Angeles hospital after paramedics came to his home after being told he was suffering from a case of extreme food poisoning.
The 'focus' on his physical health, a situation so extreme it was rectified by hydrating him and sending him home within 90 minutes of him being checked in has taken much of the attention away from an incredibly harsh and abusive social media tweet he posted about his ex-wife Denise Richards and what he thought about the 'insides' of her body according to Radar Online (Daily Mail - June 9).
The tweet was quickly deleted but it was so awful that some entertainment viewers felt it could have been the 'final nail in the coffin' of his acting career if the media and feminists had kept it in the spotlight. He reportedly sent the message out of anger over his ex-wife's decision to move to a different area in California and take their two daughters with her but it is unlikely entertainment viewers would have accepted this as a valid excuse for such a vile tweet.
His acting career on tv and in movie is in the view of some entertainment fans 'hanging by a thread' because of his personal issues. His 'convenient' hospitalization for food poisoning from allegedly eating 'bad clams' has knocked his 'ugly' Twitter posting to the sidelines and in the process may have saved what little chance he has to secure a lead acting role in a television or movie and some fans think that might be due to the possible 'planning' of some people wanting to help prevent him from 'destroying' his career.
Charlie Sheen, a Hollywood actor whose entertainment career might have been saved from the wrath of feminists and angry entertainment viewers by a case of 'extreme food poisoning' caused by the eating of some bad clams.