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Lindsay Lohan guest stars as herself in Anger Management

Lindsay Lohan guest stars as herself in Anger Management

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Lindsay Lohan guest stars with Charlie Sheen in Anger Management

Lindsay Lohan guest stars with Charlie Sheen in Anger Management

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Lindsay Lohan says her forthcoming stint in rehab is a 'blessing'

Lindsay Lohan says her forthcoming stint in rehab is a 'blessing'

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Lindsay Lohan guest stars as herself in Anger Management

Charlie Sheen revealed what it's really like working with Lindsay Lohan

Who would have thought that we would one day live in a world where Charlie Sheen emerges as the beacon of professionalism? The multi-millionaire actor revealed that Lindsay Lohan's recent guest appearance on Anger Management wasn't without its hiccups - in fact, she reportedly showed up four hours late for filming.

The father-of-four told The Tonight Show with Jay Leno that working with Lindsay on the show was an unforgettable experience

"Day one was fabulous," he said "She was on time, she knew her lines, hit every mark, made us look off our game...And then we had to deal with day two."

The troubled actress reportedly showed up four hours late on the second day of filming because of an earache.

"It was as though she had us held hostage because she gave us half a show," he joked.

"She was really not feeling well. We just worked around it," he continued. "She was late, what can I say? But when she got there, she was prepared. With an excuse."

Charlie has taken Lindsay under his wing in recent months, since they hit it off filming Scary Movie 5 last year. He was quick to defend the rumours that Lindsay stole some jewellery from the set, but insisted that it was blown out of proportion.

"She borrowed some stuff and was told she had to pay for it and they would take it out of her check, and she said fine," he explained. "That's all it was."

"I have a kinship with somebody who clearly needs a mentor, whether she wants one or not," Sheen recently said. "She can continue to hang out with her dress-shredding club buddies, or turn to me for some advice from a guy who's been down the road as well as every other side trail on the journey."

"If she listens, she'll win," he said. "If she doesn't, that's on her."

 

 

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