BRET MICHAELS: I Taught CHARLIE SHEEN How To 'Bust' Up A Hotel Room
March 23, 2011
POISON frontman Bret Michaels revealed during his March 18, 2011 appearance on "Access Hollywood" (see video below) that he "professionally" taught Charlie Sheen how to trash a hotel room because the troubled actor "wasn't doing a good job at first."
"I said, 'You gotta really let it out man! You gotta let it out and bust this stuff,'" Michaels said.
Bret and Sheen had a film production company which produced Showcase Entertainment's feature "A Letter From Death Row" as well as Miramax/Dimension Films' "No Code Of Conduct", which Michaels wrote, directed and starred in. They also produced the feature film "Free Money", starring Marlon Brando and Mira Sorvino.
"He showed me how to do films and make money, and I showed him out to lose a lot of money by smashing up hotel rooms," quipped Michaels on "Access Hollywood".
Sheen was arrested last October at the New York Plaza hotel after becoming drunk and trashing his hotel room.