Sheen admits to using steroids

In his latest grab for the spotlight, actor Charlie Sheen admitted in a recent interview with Sports Illustrated that he used steroids while filming the 1989 baseball comedy “Major League.”

Sheen mentioned he had used the drugs, which improved his fastball from 79 to 85 mph, when talking about how comments over his character’s iconic haircut nearly led to fistfights. (Rolling Stone ranks pop’s top princesses)

“I was already bitchy because — let’s just say that I was enhancing my performance a little bit,” Sheen told SI. “It was the only time I ever did steroids. I did them for like six or eight weeks. You can print this, I don’t give a f—.”

Sheen, who played pitcher Rick “Wild Thing” Vaughn in the film, has a long history of substance abuse and this admission comes as the most recent in a string of public fiascos.

  • Taxpayer

    This is like an alcoholic admitting to drinking whiskey AND vodka. Duh.

  • jeffersonian

    HAHAHAHAH – funniest part is….delusional chucky thinks he had a ‘fastball’ – like he thinks he’s a soldier, he’s a musician, he thinks he’s an investor, an athlete…he’s an ‘actor’, professional phony, full time lush – just reading the lines and pretending to be….whatever…..hahahahah..”my fastball”…yeah chuckles, if you hadn’t eaten like a pig at the phony world handed to you, you might, might have been one of these things – which is worth more….a counterfeit hundred or a silver dollar? choices, bub….

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  • NeoKong

    Wow…Charlie Sheen used illegal drugs.
    Didn’t see that coming.

  • southernandproud

    I couldn’t care less what Charlie Sheen does and has done. Sick of seeing his name in print.

  • DAndrewRiley

    This raises an important question. And that question is, “so what?”.