Charlie Sheen Grants Dying Wish to Cancer Patient
(LOS ANGELES) -- Charlie Sheen showed his charitable side recently by granting a cancer patient, who had been told he had just one month to live, his wish to meet and hang out with the Anger Management star, TMZ reports.
According to the website, Sheen purchased three first class airline tickets for Marion Minchuk, his girlfriend and a nurse to travel from Arizona to Los Angeles where the actor put them up in the presidential suite at the Universal Hilton.
Sheen took the three to the Anger Management set, then to his home, where a chef prepared lunch for the group. Afterwards, the group went to a screening room in Sheen's home to watch the George Clooney-Sandra Bullock film Gravity.
Sheen also gave Minchuk an autographed Anger Management script, as well as a signed DVD of his movie, Wall Street.
In other Charlie Sheen news, Us Weekly reports the actor spent Thanksgiving with adult film star Brett Rossi at his villa in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, where they were spotted kissing and taking pictures together.
Later, he tweeted a picture of the two of them with the caption, "Best Thanksgiving ever. I'm thankful for"Giving" the world another face-load of planet jealous!" adding, "hashtag HowYaLikeMeWow."
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