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Thursday, 3 March 2011

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Is Charlie Sheen channeling Anna Nicole Smith?

After the crazy train that is Charlie Sheen de-railed once again, family members say they think they know what is causing his unstable ride.

An unnamed family member told reporters that every time Charlie travels to the Bahamas he comes back transporting an even more toxic load than before.

They went on to say that during these trips to the Caribbean Charlie went to the voodoo practitioner Dr. Obeah, for health advice. This doctor was once the spiritual advisor to Ann Nicole Smith who died owing the good doctor a boatload of cash for services.

Clients of Dr. Obeah have witnessed episodes in which the doctor, firmly in the grips of a therapeutic trance, has broken character and began screaming; "Balance due! Balance due!"

Some believe that if a voodoo doctor harbors anger he can transfer the spirits of the dead into unsuspecting people and inanimate objects. (This may explain what is ailing Mel Gibson, who is also a client.)

Charlie's family thinks that either by accident or on purpose the doctor transferred the spirit of Anna Nicole Smith into Charlie during one of his visits there.

"It would certainly explain his sudden interest in wearing women's panties and wanting to sit on the laps of old men. During the Christmas season we couldn't keep him away from the department store Santa's."

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