In the ongoing drama that seems to be Charlie Sheen‘s life these days, the actor gave yet another rambling interview on Monday (February 28), in which he seemed to imply that his lifestyle will not have any negative impact on his kids.
“Lead by example and teach your kids right and wrong,” he said in an interview streamed live on TMZ.com. “If my right and wrong is a little bit different than anybody else, then my kids will be different too.”
The Two And A Half Men actor was asked about his four youngest children – daughters Sam, 6, and Lola, 5, with ex-wife Denise Richards and 1-year-old twin boys Max and Bob with estranged wife Brooke Mueller – and whether they might ask him about his questionable choices in the future. “I hope they do,” he replied, saying he expects to hear this from them: “Dad, fill in the blanks. This stuff’s gnarly.”
In the bizarre interview that took place in the backyard of his L.A. home, a chain-smoking Sheen was asked where the twins are currently living. “They’re in there somewhere,” he said, pointing to the house.
When asked who was parenting his kids, he replied, “Everybody here is parenting the kids,” although he acknowledged that Mueller is not among those present.
Sheen talked about plans to buy houses in the neighborhood for both of his exes. “I want all of my children to live behind these gates in this beautiful community and grow up together,” he says.
Sheen’s day ended with his longtime publicist Stan Rosenfield quitting, a direct result of all of the actor’s outbursts in recent weeks. “I have worked with Charlie Sheen for a long time and I care about him very much,” Rosenfield says in a statement. “However, at this time, I’m unable to work effectively as his publicist and have respectfully resigned.”
And then, in typical Charlie Sheen fashion, he responded by calling Rosenfield a profanity and then telling TMZ, “He’s not allowed to quit, so you’re fired.”