Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Monday, 11 January 2010

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Charlie Sheen shown riding the snowmobile which he stole in Aspen and drove all the way to Los Angeles.

ASPEN, Colorado - The star of the number one situation comedy TV show in America is at it again. It seems that Charlie Sheen appears to be a magnet for trouble.

After spending Christmas day in jail for getting into an altercation with his wife it now seems that a warrant has been issued for his arrest due to the fact that he has stolen a snowmobile in Aspen, Colorado, and driven it to Los Angeles, a distance of 900 miles.

Charlie's lawyer, Gulliver Altoona, was so upset with the actions of the actor that he asked him if he was born stupid, if he just acts stupid, or if he is actually just plain stupid.

Charlie answered D, none of the above. His lawyer told him to look at the first three choices a little bit closer.

Altoona said that he had spoken to Natalie Cottage, who is the owner of the snowmobile. He said that Miss Cottage told him that she would be willing to drop the charges against Sheen if he (Sheen) would agree to take out out to dinner at a fancy restaurant in Aspen.

Altoona told Miss Cottage that Mr. Sheen would pick her up at her house tomorrow evening at 7 p.m.

And it appears like "Teflon Charlie" has dodged yet another one.

In other news. There apparently is no truth to the rumor that the fans of the Philadelphia Eagles who were eliminated from the playoffs by The Dallas Cowboys are so angry that they want the team to move to Cuba.

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