Charlie Sheen, 45, a known addict is found under the influence in a hotel room with adult film star and / or prostitute Christina Walsh (aka Capri Anderson) who is hiding for her life locked in the bathroom and guess who Sheen’s family blames? His manager, Marc Burg. Yes, people! I think we may be seeing where some of the problem originates. It’s called “enabling.” When a grown man is no longer blamed for his actions because his manager should be babysitting him, it’s time to rethink things. And clearly Sheen is never held accountable — it’s always somebody else’s fault. In this case, his manager. Here’s what a family member said about the situation:
“I thought Charlie was being watched,” said a family member. “It’s a shame that his personal manager Marc Burg wasn’t taking care of him. Evidently he has no control and can’t manage him,” added the family member.
Yes, Marc Burg! What is wrong with you? Didn’t you see the line about babysitting out-of-control addicts in your “manager” job description? Surely Sheen’s family knows you can’t “control” someone else’s addiction. Don’t you wonder if dad Martin Sheen is on board with this line of thinking?