With all this talk about Charlie Sheen suing porn star Capri Anderson for extortion, and Capri Anderson suing Charlie Sheen for battery, assault, and false imprisonment, it makes one reflect upon Oscar Wilde's statement that “Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life.”
The fact is, Charlie Sheen is a hell of a lot like Charlie Harper, the character he portrays on the CBS show Two and a Half Men. Which came first, the chicken or the egg…or, should we say, the sitcom star or the porn star? Sheen’s on-screen personal Charlie Harper is always engaging in drunk and disorderly conduct and dating hookers. Sounds an awful lot like what happened recently at the Plaza Hotel. Quick fact: Charlie Sheen’s second wife, Denise Richards, is widely rumored to be an alleged one-time employee of Heidi Fleiss. Sure, Ms. Anderson claims to be a porn star, not a hooker. But, evidently porn stars do porn in order to market themselves as hookers – it’s called the Porn Star Experience (PSE). And how does one explain her $12,000 fee to hang with Sheen (who was found naked when policed arrived) in his hotel room? Honestly, where does one draw the line in defining ‘sex for money?’ Isn’t that what marriage is all about? Well, at least that’s what most women lead men to believe until the contract is signed. Then it becomes ‘no sex for money.’ What’s fascinating is that Charlie Sheen is idolized for being a womanizer both in Life and in Art, if you can call a sitcom art. I love Two and a Half Men, but tragically Charlie Sheen is only half a man. The behavior of both the real Charlie and fictional Charlie exemplifies what's wrong with the male psyche in today's society. Amazing that one of the top sitcoms of this era, which is somewhat of a family show, promotes the chauvinistic, egocentric, asshole mentality of the typical Los Angeles male. No wonder dating in L.A. sucks the big one - and I’m not talking about the glass dildo Capri Anderson is posing naked with at http://caprianderson.pornblogspace.com/ (caution: click on link at your own risk!).