After Sheen offered to serve as mentor to the ever-embattled actress, Lohan is declining the proposition, according to TMZ. While grateful for the support Sheen has extended in the past — he even wrote a $100,000 check to cover some of the Liz & Dick star’s tax bill last year — the report says Lohan would never be taken under his wing.
In fact, says TMZ, Lindsay is confessing to her life being “out of control” — as she continues to face seemingly endless court trouble — but isn’t interested in the “it takes one to know one” mantra. Instead, she has instead turned to therapy.
While she speaks to her Scary Movie 5 costar from time-to-time, Lohan apparently believes Sheen’s lips should stay sealed when it comes to talking to the press about her.
“I have a kinship with [Lohan], who clearly needs a mentor, whether she wants one or not,” the Anger Management actor told TMZ over the weekend. “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 added. “If she doesn’t, that’s on her.”
Though Lohan, 26, may not be interested in Sheen, 47, lending an ear, their professional relationship remains on track. The actress is set to guest star on Sheen’s Anger Management this season.
In her latest legal saga, Los Angeles County Superior Court James Dabney called the Lohan’s lawyer Mark Heller “incompetent to practice law in California” last week, and dismissed a request to delay her trial, according to the Associated Press. Now Lohan is scheduled to appear in court again on Mar. 18.
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