Charlie Sheen NOT Moving To Mexico For “Drugs And Hookers,” Despite Report
Charlie Sheen is not moving to Mexico for “drugs and hookers,” despite a new tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this inaccurate claim. We’re told it is not true.
According to the National Enquirer, “Sheen is quitting Hollywood so he can pursue his depraved lifestyle away from prying eyes, and on the cheap.” The tabloid excitedly claims, “He’s moving to a part of Mexico where the legal age of consent is only 12!” The magazine then quotes a so-called “source” saying in very unnatural language, “Relocating to Mexico will get [Sheen] away from the media, his victims, and his money woes, and give him a chance to indulge his vices without witnesses.” “But with his insatiable, deprived appetite, I fear for the young girls who live there,” adds the supposedly concerned “source.”
The publication then notes that Sheen paid $1 million for waterfront property in Rosarito, Mexico, which it points out is 30 minutes south of Tijuana, “famous for its wild party scene, strip bars, and brothels, all of which would feed the actor’s notoriously lusty lifestyle.” “This place is made to order for Charlie,” says the supermarket tabloid’s alleged “insider.”
But Sheen bought a place in Rosarito, not in Tijuana. And while Sheen undoubtedly used to have his vices, he’s currently working to stay clean as he battles HIV. The actor’s rep, Larry Solters, says the Enquirer report is factually incorrect. Solters exclusively tells Gossip Cop, “Charlie Sheen has bought a vacation home in a small fishing town in Mexico, just south of San Diego. He has no desire to be with hookers or do drugs… American or Mexican.”
This, of course, is not the first time the tabloid has been wrong about Sheen. In the fall, Gossip Cop busted the outlet for absurdly claiming he bought a “Robo-Ho,” a blonde, big-breasted, plastic female robot. And just six weeks ago, we corrected the magazine for its false report about Sheen drinking breast milk because he believes it’s the cure for AIDS. Much like those tall tales, the new story about him moving to Mexico for “drugs and hookers” is similarly untrue.