Farrah Abraham Slams Charlie Sheen: ‘He’s Meaner Than Amanda Bynes’
Farrah Abraham slammed actor Charlie Sheen after his vicious response to their publicly released text-messages.
Abraham, 22 shared a few flirty text-conversations between her and Sheen, 47, in early June. In the conversation, they discussed getting together for a date and possibly working together on Sheen’s television show Anger Management.
Sheen shot back, sending a letter response to Abraham through TMZ. “Hey, you desperate guzzler of stagnant douche agua; I truly do not recall giving you permission to globally reveal any communication between us,” Sheen wrote. “Congrats on surviving your lobotomy and an even bigger congratz on the recent attempt at porn. your daughter must be so proud. please send my number to middle earth and if allowed, eagerly follow it into said abyss and slam the door behind you. the world will collectively sigh as the pungent memory of you vanishes into the pedestrian troposphere of lame-suck and zero-life. oh and I'm sure they'll wave the cover charge when they see your tranny-boobs and five o'clock shadow. bye! cs.”
Abraham doesn’t give much thought to his response, though. “I really don’t even care. That’s coming from someone so old and he needs to get his stuff together,” Abraham told HollywoodLife. “I don’t even care. Anything he said doesn’t really even make sense to me. He's meaner than Amanda Bynes.”
Abraham also insisted that, despite the flirty nature of the texts, she’s not interested in dating him. “I would never go on an intimate date with Charlie Sheen. He is really not my type at all,” she said.
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