Charlie Sheen Talking About A Tornado Fundraiser
If Charlie Sheen follows through with a fundraiser for people whose lives have been devastated by the recent tornadoes, he could be helping himself as well as them.
Sheen could push his image far into the "good guy" range. He already made some moves in that direction yesterday while touring an Alabama neighborhood that had been leveled by tornadoes.
Sheen stopped at a local Kmart to buy flashlights for some of the thousands still without electricity.
He paid the $324.07 bill with his own Visa card, and then brought them to a relief center amid cheers and applause.
And, he tells The Associated Press he's working with local officials to organize a benefit.
A date has not been set. But he says he wants "to bring some money, hope, faith and healing to the area."