Charlie Sheen is back to his old ways, snorting cocaine and smoking crack, and burning the candle at both ends, a new report claims, citing the words of an inside source who has spent the past several months with him.
Before the meltdown that got him fired from CBS’ “Two and a Half Men,” Charlie Sheen’s life was pure chaos: reports at the time said he was spending thousands of dollars on drugs and call girls, parties that would last days on end, and expensive gifts for the aforementioned girls.
claims to have it on very good authority that it’s all back to the way it was, even though it’s not long that the actor went on TV to speak of how he was staying sober and clean, and responsible for a change.
“For at least the last eight months or so Charlie has been having a quarter to half an ounce of cocaine delivered to him every single day and was spending nearly $2,000 [€1,546] a day on drugs. Sometimes he'd even get two to three quarters of cocaine in one day,” the insider says for Radar.
Sheen’s favorite pastime these days is doing drugs, watching adult movies and then having parties over at his place, where he spreads the joy by offering everyone else a share of his drugs.
He’s also very much into buying expensive presents for his lady friends, no matter how long he’s known them. These range from cars to plastic surgery, but he also hands out cash when he’s feeling extra generous.
“When Charlie gets his coke he immediately cooks it with baking soda in his bathroom to make crack. Then he smokes it out of a makeshift pipe that he made out of a Fiji water bottle! He'd get so high he was just absolutely out of his mind, mumbling incoherently and tweaking. Then he would just space out, not talk to anyone,” says the insider.
“Sometimes he'd give his friends that party with him a grand or two just because he thought they were cool. And he always offered to share his drugs. He just wanted everyone to join in the party. There were always a bunch of young girls and random guys around,” the spy says.
The source is convinced that, no matter how many times Sheen might try to kick off his bad habits on his own (he doesn’t believe in rehab
, remember), he will always relapse because that’s who he really is.