Charlie Sheen Is Broke And Signing $60 Autographs To Live
Life is hard for Charlie Sheen these days. Since being fired from his hit show, Two and a Half Men, which made him the highest paid actor on TV and revealing his HIV positive status, money hasn’t exactly been raining down from the heavens.
According to RadarOnline, things have gotten so dire for love-to-f**k Chuck that he’s doing the Hollyweird has-been thing where he appears at conventions with others who have fallen from grace.
But now “he sits on a stage and signs autographs and earns about $25,000 for each appearance,” said the source.
“Gone are the days of Charlie flying all over the world in his private jet—now he gets one airline ticket and a regular hotel room for his Wizard World gig.”
Even more humiliating, the source said, is that Sheen “gets paid a paltry $60 for an autograph, half as much as KISS Star Gene Simmons gets at $120 per autograph.
Its also said that Charlie will be appearing alongside the Batmobile from the 1960’s series as well as the car from The Flintstones.
Ain’t no more “winning”, bih. “Winning” gone.
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