Charlie Sheen talks about losing virginity at 15 to hooker
Actor Charlie Sheen appeared on the “Tonight Show with Jay Leno” on Monday, and talked about a number of topics, which included his decision to leave the Twitter universe, having attended personally classes about anger management, his famous $1 million donation to the USO, as well as how he lost his virginity.
According to reports, the former “Two and a Half Men” star said that the momentous occasion of losing his virginity took place with a hooker named Candy at a Las Vegas hotel when he was just 15 years old. What’s more, his father, movie star Martin Sheen, paid for both himself and his cousin Joey with his credit card.
Charlie Sheen told host Jay Leno that before the incident, he was hanging out with his cousin, Joey, looking through the Yellow Pages.
“We were going to order a pizza, and that plan changed,” the actor jokingly told host, JayLeno.
Charlie Sheen said that he “borrowed his [father's] credit card,” and told his cousin, “I’m kinda paying for this… you’re going second.”
“I remember having the greatest night of my life,” the “Hotshots!” actor is quoted as saying. “Two weeks later my father wanted to know about this bill on his statement.”
Charlie Sheen became known later as something for his reputation as a ladies man with a distinct inclination towards escorts and porn stars.
Earlier this year, the actor talked about his infamous meltdown back in 2011, where he fiercely ranted about having “tiger blood” and being a “warlock,” while in March of the same year, he told “Today” show host Matt Lauer that he did not recognize himself.
“I was going to do a documentary that I shot during the tour and the build-up during the meltdown. Looking at a lot of the stuff, it was like, ‘Ooh, can’t put that back out.’ I didn’t recognize parts of who that guy was,” Charlie Sheen told host Lauer.
“The verbiage and him looking like a real, insane wordsmith was fine. But it was a trip down,” Sheen added.
The actor’s new comedy show “Anger Management” debuts on FX on June 28.
The character roles of Charlie Sheen in various films have included Chris Taylor in the 1986 Vietnam War drama “Platoon,” Jake Kesey in the 1986 film “The Wraith,” and Bud Fox in the 1987 film “Wall Street.” Sheen’s career has also included more films with a comedy theme, such as “Major League,” the “Hot Shots!” films, as well as “Scary Movie 3” and “Scary Movie 4.” Meanwhile, on television, the actor is known for his stint on two sitcoms: as Charlie Crawford on “Spin City” and as Charlie Harper on the long-running show ”Two and a Half Men.” Back in 2010, Sheen was said to be the highest paid actor on television, earning US$1.8 million per episode of “Two and a Half Men.”