Charlie Sheen Admits: 'I'm Really Starting to Lose My Mind'
In what won't come as much of a surprise to anyone who's been following his media and online whirlwind over the past week or two, Charlie Sheen is reflecting on his mental state, admitting that he's in need of help, and even making a frightening allusion to suicide.
In an interview with Life & Style, Sheen admits: "I'm really starting to lose my mind ... I'm ready to call anyone to help."
It's the first sign of anything other than wild bravado and confidence from Sheen, who has been on a weeks-long tirade of web videos, interviews and other antics that have made him a cultural phenomenon. And while "winning" may have been his mantra, Sheen's story to Life & Style is anything but.
“I’m really trying to contain myself right now ... My lawyer wants to come over to my house and take the bullets out of my gun," Sheen says.
Many have speculated that Sheen is in need of help, whether it's psychiatric or addiction-based. A Life & Style source says that “Charlie is a ticking time bomb, and we all fear he could do something drastic like committing suicide or falling back on hard drugs.”
Meantime, Charlie unveiled his fourth -- and allegedly final -- "Sheen's Korner" video on Tuesday night, in which he once again rants about the various aspects of his life that have been making headlines. Watch it below: