Charlie Sheen faces protest from 9/11 conspiracy theorists for ‘neglecting the cause’
He’s recently taken on the issue of bipolar disorder amongst many other topics in his live stand-up shows. But there’s one cause that Charlie Sheen has been apparently shy of talking about recently – his conspiracy theories surrounding the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York. Sheen has been vocal in the past about the attacks, asserting that the World Trade Centre, in his view, was blown up in a ‘controlled demolition’. Now conspiracy group The 9/11 Truth Movement are threatening to protest at his live shows, accusing him of neglecting to talk about the matter. Mark Dice, a prominent member of the organisation, told TMZ that the former Two And A Half Men star has abandoned them after once being a keen supporter. He said that Sheen should be using the limelight he is currently enjoying to promote the group. ‘[He should be] asking hard questions about what happened on 9/11 and the resulting wars … not bragging about smoking crack and sleeping with hookers,’ Mr Dice told the website. He added that he had reached out to Sheen, but has had no response, adding that if the 45-year-old actor doesn’t address the issue soon he will protest at Sheen’s live shows along with fellow group members.