Charlie Sheen hopes to regale his kids with ‘epic,’ ‘gnarly’ drug stories


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Charlie Sheen says he’d like to one day tell his five children of his ‘epic’ and ‘gnarly’ drug stories.

During an interview conducted with TMZ’s Mike Walters on Monday from the backyard of Sheen’s L.A. mansion, he rejected the idea that simply telling his kids not to take drugs would help them stay drug-free. Though he said it was important to teach kids right from wrong, he also admitted that ‘if my right and my wrong is a little different from everybody else’s, then my kids are going to be a little bit different too.’


Among Sheen’s other revelations were that his father Martin Sheen should stop passing judgment on his behavior and that CBS is paying him too much money (though he told the ‘Today’ show that he deserved a raise).

Everything else can be seen and heard on TMZ, as the Warlock World Tour continues.

-- Melissa Maerz