Charlie Sheen Explains Why He's Going Back To His Real Name, Carlos Estevez

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 28 May 2013

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Charlie/Carlos says that he has always loved quesadillas. (Photo provided by The Giggling Guacamole Restaurant).

SHERMAN OAKS - Charlie Sheen has stated that he wants to put the feud with Two and A Half Men creator, producer, and writer Chuck Lorre in the past.

The one time Space Cadet has said that he has really grown up and matured in just the past year.

He pointed out that he now knows the value of money and actually shops at stores that have bargain bins.

The 47-year-old said that he does not miss having his two goddesses at his beck and call.

He remarked that he finally realized that they were only hanging around him to get all of the free booze and recreational drugs that were available on the coffee table of his Mulholland Estate Mansion, Casa José Cuervo.

Charlie told Pico de Gallo with Tittle Tattle Tonight that he has decided to drop the fake name Charlie Sheen and return to his birth name which is Carlos Estevez.

He said that his brother Emilio Estevez was glad to hear that he was returning to his latino roots.

Carlos said that he is doing it to wipe the slate clean and to start from square one and move on from all of the drama queen BS that Charlie Sheen has been a part of.

SIDENOTE: Carlos Estevez informed de Gallo that he will soon be flying down to Ensenada, Mexico where he will portray legendary Mexican bandit Pancho Villa in the La Hacienda Motion Picture Company film production of Hola, Olé, and Pow! - The True Story of Pancho Villa.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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